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 049
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 049
A photograph of a earthquake-damaged building on Moorhouse Avenue. The front gable of the building has crumbled, exposing the inside.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 050
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 050
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged building on the corner of Montreal Street and Moorhouse Avenue. The top of the brick facade has crumbled onto the footpath below. Wire fencing has been placed around the building as a cordon.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 051
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 051
A photograph taken out the window of a car on Ferry Road near the intersection with Ensors Road. In the distance, a group of people in high-visibility vests and hard hats can be seen congregating in front of a shop.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 052
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 052
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged chimney on a house in Christchurch. The bricks have crumbled to reveal the flue.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 053
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 053
A photograph of a house in Christchurch with an earthquake-damaged chimney. The chimney has crumbled, leaving a hole in the roof. The hole has been covered in plastic sheeting.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 054
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 054
A photograph of a house in Christchurch with an earthquake-damaged chimney. The chimney has crumbled, leaving a hole in the roof. The hole has been covered with a tarpaulin.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 055
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 055
A photograph of Colombo Street looking south from the bridge near Moorhouse Avenue. Road cones have been placed across the road as well as wire fencing beyond. In the distance, a cordon can also be seen near Brougham Street.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 056
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 056
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a group of shops on the corner of Gloucester Street and Woodham Road. The north side of the building has collapsed, and the top of the facade has crumbled onto the footpath below.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 057
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 057
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged cafe in Christchurch. The top of the brick wall has crumbled onto the pavement below, taking the veranda with it.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 058
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 058
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged cafe in Christchurch. The top of the brick wall has crumbled onto the pavement below, taking the veranda with it.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 059
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 059
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a church in Christchurch. The gable and top of the side wall have crumbled, and the bricks have fallen onto the pavement below. Police tape has been draped around the building.
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 060
UC Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Photograph 060
A photograph of the rubble from a block of demolished shops on Cranford Street.