UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Earthquake Photographs

Photographs taken by staff from the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering at the University of Canterbury after the 4 September 2010 and 22 February 2011 earthquakes.

Last updated
3:45pm 3rd December 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:17782

Contains 211 items


UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 013
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 013
A photograph of a cordon at the entrance to Victoria Street from Bealey Avenue. Police tape and road cones have been placed across the street as well as a "Road Closed" sign.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 014
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 014
A photograph of the earthquake damage to The Daily Bagel and Covent Fruit Centre on Victoria Street. The front wall of the second storey has collapsed, exposing the rooms inside.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 015
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 015
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a roof of a house on the corner of Papanui Road and Merivale Lane.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 016
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 016
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the east side of the Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore Streets. The masonry of the gable has crumbled exposing the wooden structure beneath.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 017
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 017
A photograph of cracks across a road in Canterbury caused by the 4 September 2010 earthquake.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 018
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 018
A photograph of a section of road lying on the Greendale Fault line which has shifted considerably and cracked due to the 4 September 2010 earthquake. In the distance, police tape and cones have been used to close off the road.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 019
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 019
A photograph of a section of road lying on the Greendale Fault line which has cracked due to the 4 September 2010 earthquake. In the distance, police tape and cones have been used to close off the road.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 020
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 020
A photograph of a fence on the Greendale Fault line which has shifted considerably due to the 4 September 2010 earthquake. Police tape and cones have been placed across the road to close it off.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 021
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 021
A photograph of a section of road lying on the Greendale Fault line which has large cracks caused by the 4 September 2010 earthquake.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 022
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 022
A photograph of people examining a section of road lying on the Greendale Fault line which has large cracks caused by the 4 September 2010 earthquake. Police tape and cones have been used to close off the road.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 023
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 023
A photograph of people examining a section of road lying on the Greendale Fault line which has large cracks caused by the 4 September 2010 earthquake. Police tape and cones have been used to close off the road.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 024
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 024
A photograph of people examining a section of road lying on the Greendale Fault line which has large cracks caused by the 4 September 2010 earthquake. Police tape and cones have been used to close off the road.