Elizabeth Ackermann's Earthquake Photographs

Elizabeth Ackermann is the Department Administrator for the Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Department at the University of Canterbury. This collection holds photographs taken by Elizabeth after the 4 September and 22 February 2011 earthquakes.

Last updated
3:45pm 3rd December 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:17785

Contains 370 items


Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 253
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 253
A photograph of Satchmo's Cafe, Milly May, and Snoclothes New Zealand, on London Street in Lyttelton.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 254
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 254
A photograph of the site of the demolished No 6 Cafe on London Street in Lyttelton.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 255
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 255
A photograph of the damaged former Lyttelton Borough Council Chambers on the north-east corner of the intersection between Sumner Road and Oxford Street. The top of the facade has crumbled onto the street below and wire fencing has been placed around the building as a cordon.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 256
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 256
A photograph of a sign on the window of a fish and chip shop on London Street in Lyttelton. The sign reads, "Sorry we can't open. I want to work but they tell me not safe and may be 6 months or more. I am sad I need to work. Everybody has big problem so sorry for you and me. Keep safe. Phyong fish and chip owner".
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 257
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 257
A photograph of flowers in two road cones on a traffic island. On the anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake, people were encouraged to place flowers in road cones as a way of honouring those who lost their lives during the earthquake.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 258
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 258
A photograph of a flower in a road cone. On the anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake, people were encouraged to place flowers in road cones as a way of honouring those who lost their lives during the earthquake.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 259
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 259
A photograph of a flower in a road cone at the University of Canterbury. On the anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake, people were encouraged to place flowers in road cones as a way of honouring those who lost their lives during the earthquake.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 260
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 260
A photograph of students at the University of Canterbury attending an earthquake memorial service on the C Block Lawn on the anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 261
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 261
A photograph of students at the University of Canterbury attending an earthquake memorial service on the C Block Lawn on the anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 262
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 262
A photograph of students at the University of Canterbury attending an earthquake memorial service on the C Block Lawn on the anniversary of the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 263
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 263
A photograph looking north up Colombo Street from near the Tuam Street intersection. In the distance, the road is closed and many cranes can be seen rising above the city.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 264
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 264
A photograph of the Westpac Trust Building on Cashel Street, photographed from Colombo Street, near the intersection of Tuam Street.