Helen Devereux's Photographs

Photographs of the earthquake damage around Christchurch, taken by Helen Devereux.

Last updated
8:16am 29th October 2017
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Collection
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qsr-collection:12689

126 items


Helen Devereux Photograph 085
Helen Devereux Photograph 085
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Damage to buildings can be seen out the window.
Helen Devereux Photograph 086
Helen Devereux Photograph 086
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Damage to buildings can be seen out the window.
Helen Devereux Photograph 087
Helen Devereux Photograph 087
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Looking down the new Re:Start Mall as the bus goes down Colombo Street.
Helen Devereux Photograph 088
Helen Devereux Photograph 088
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. A partial view of the Hotel Grand Chancellor.
Helen Devereux Photograph 089
Helen Devereux Photograph 089
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Looking into Cathedral Square.
Helen Devereux Photograph 090
Helen Devereux Photograph 090
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Looking into Cathedral Square, the Regent Theatre dome can be partially seen.
Helen Devereux Photograph 091
Helen Devereux Photograph 091
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Looking into Cathedral Square.
Helen Devereux Photograph 092
Helen Devereux Photograph 092
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Looking into Cathedral Square.
Helen Devereux Photograph 093
Helen Devereux Photograph 093
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. A partial view of Christ Church Cathedral.
Helen Devereux Photograph 094
Helen Devereux Photograph 094
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. Looking into Cathedral Square.
Helen Devereux Photograph 095
Helen Devereux Photograph 095
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. The podium which formerly held the Godley statue. Behind is the Regent Theatre dome which has been removed from the building.
Helen Devereux Photograph 096
Helen Devereux Photograph 096
For the first time in November 2011, Christchurch residents finally had the opportunity to see the earthquake-damaged city centre on the Red Zone bus tours organised by CERA. The Regent Theatre dome which has been removed from the building.