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 325
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 325
A photograph looking east down Gloucester Street, taken at the intersection of Oxford Terrace. The road is closed to vehicles and crowds of people are walking through.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 326
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 326
A photograph of the Forsyth Barr building on Colombo Street. A column of windows on the left-hand side has been boarded up.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 327
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 327
A photograph of the west side of the of the ChristChurch Cathedral, and crowds of people in Cathedral Square. Scaffolding can be seen at the front of the Cathedral and The Chalice is in the distance.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 328
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 328
A photograph of the west side of the of the ChristChurch Cathedral, and crowds of people in Cathedral Square. Scaffolding can be seen at the front of the Cathedral and The Chalice is in the distance.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 329
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 329
A photograph of the west side of the of the ChristChurch Cathedral, and crowds of people in Cathedral Square. Scaffolding can be seen at the front of the Cathedral and The Chalice is in the distance.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 330
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 330
A photograph of the west side of the of the badly-damaged ChristChurch Cathedral. A crane can be seen in the background.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 331
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 331
A close-up photograph of the Citizens' War Memorial in Cathedral Square. Bracing has been placed around the waist and neck of the angel.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 332
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 332
A photograph looking north up Chancery Lane, towards a pile of rubble on Gloucester Street.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 333
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 333
A photograph of three drawings stuck to a bus timetable in the Christchurch central city. The drawings depict Roger Sutton, the CEO of CERA, with a band-aid over his mouth; Warwick Isaacs, the Deputy Chief Executive of CERA, with hearing protection over his ears; and Gerry Brownlee, Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, with a blindfold over his eyes.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 334
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 334
A photograph of members of the public walking along the edge of the cordon on the intersection of Colombo and Gloucester Streets. In the background, the Forsyth Barr Building can be seen as well as the partially-demolished PricewaterhouseCoopers Building.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 335
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 335
A photograph of members of the public walking along Gloucester Street near the Colombo Street intersection. In the background, the site of the demolished Farmers Building can be seen as well as the car park to the left.
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 336
Elizabeth Ackermann Photograph 336
A photograph of the north side of the ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square. The front of the building has been propped up with steel bracing but further earthquakes have caused more damage, leaving a gap between the bracing and the wall. The tower has been partially demolished, but the lower section is still visible. Wire fencing has been placed around the entire building. In the background, a crane is rising high above the square.