Becker Fraser Earthquake Photographs April 2011

Photographs taken by BeckerFraserPhotos in April 2011.

Last updated
10:08am 21st June 2018
Date
2011-04-00
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:14087

Contains 851 items


BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 049
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 049
The Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. The building has been cordoned off with fencing.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 050
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 050
The Harbourlight Theatre on London Street in Lyttelton. There is cracking along the side of the building and damage to the domes on top of the towers. Bracing has been placed at the top to limit further damage and to stop debris from falling on the road.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 051
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 051
The side of the Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton where the brick wall has crumbled. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. The building has been cordoned off with fencing.
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BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 052
A view down London Street in Lyttelton. The road has been closed to traffic because of unstable and damaged buildings in the area. In the background is the Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. The building has been cordoned off with fencing.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 053
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 053
A view down London Street in Lyttelton. The road has been closed to traffic because of unstable and damaged buildings in the area. In the background is the Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. The building has been cordoned off with fencing.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 054
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 054
A view down London Street in Lyttelton. The road has been closed to traffic because of unstable and damaged buildings in the area. In the background is the Empire Hotel on London Street in Lyttelton. Bracing has been placed on the front of the building to keep it together and limit further damage from aftershocks. The building has been cordoned off with fencing.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 055
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 055
A digger working on top of demolition rubble from the Volcano Cafe and Lava Bar on London Street in Lyttelton.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 056
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 056
A caravan parked outside the Lyttelton Library.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 057
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 057
A view over cordon fencing towards the damaged Ground Culinary Centre and cafe. Bricks have crumbled from the walls and remain piled up on the footpath.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 058
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 058
Cordon fencing around the damaged Ground Culinary Centre and cafe. Bricks have crumbled from the walls and remain piled up on the footpath.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 059
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 059
A digger working on top of demolition rubble from the Volcano Cafe and Lava Bar on London Street in Lyttelton.
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 060
BeckerFraserPhotos April 2011 photograph 060
A heart shape made from takeaway cups and a heart-shape felt piece, stitched to the wire fence in front of the Volcano Cafe and Lava Bar. On it are the words "Live. Love. Life". Behind is a pile of bricks, a broken fence and a digger can be partially seen.