We Lived Here: Photographs of Oxford Terrace

A collection of photographs of Oxford Terrace, taken by Juliet Nicholas for the 'We Lived Here' project.

Last updated
11:16pm 27th October 2017
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Collection
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Contains 179 items


We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 097
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 097
A photograph of Doug Sexton's garden at 378 Oxford Terrace, now overgrown. In the background is his partially-demolished garage. The photographer comments, "Sexton's garden was once published in Small Gardens".
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 098
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 098
A photograph of the house at 428 Oxford Terrace. Plywood has been placed over the door. The house number has been spray-painted on the plywood.
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 099
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 099
A photograph of Robin Duff's house at 386 Oxford Terrace. The garden is overgrown and one of the windows has been boarded up with plywood. A yellow sticker on the door indicates that the access to the house is restricted.
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 100
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 100
A photograph of Robin Duff's house at 386 Oxford Terrace. The garden has overgrown and one of the windows has been boarded up with plywood. A yellow sticker on the door indicates that the access to the house is restricted.
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 101
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 101
A photograph of Doug Sexton's garden at 378 Oxford Terrace, now overgrown. The photographer comments, "Sexton's garden was once published in Small Gardens".
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 102
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 102
A photograph of the former site of Doug Sexton's house at 378 Oxford Terrace. Sexton's house was demolished after his land was zoned Red. Grass has begun to grow in the site.
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 103
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 103
A photograph of Doug Sexton's garden at 378 Oxford Terrace, now overgrown. The photographer comments, "Sexton's garden was once published in Small Gardens".
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 104
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 104
A photograph of the former site of Doug Sexton's house at 378 Oxford Terrace. Sexton's house was demolished after his land was zoned Red.
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 105
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 105
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a section of Robin Duff's house at 386 Oxford Terrace. The chimney has fallen off the roof and is now resting in the patio. Behind the chimney, one of the walls has a noticeable lean and the glass of one of the French doors is broken. The photographer comments, "The glass was broken by looters who entered the house and took bits that interested them".
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 106
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 106
A photograph of Robin Duff's house at 386 Oxford Terrace. Plastic sheeting has been placed over sections of the house to keep it water tight. One of the windows has also been boarded up with plywood.
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 107
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 107
A photograph of Robin Duff's house at 386 Oxford Terrace. The grass has been mowed, but the dead grass has not been removed. One of the windows has been boarded up with plywood. A yellow sticker on the door indicates that the access to the house is restricted. The number 386 has been spray-painted on the footpath in front of the house. The photographer comments, "The lawn was mowed as part of the maintenance project on red-zoned properties. The numbers were spray-painted in front of all the properties in the Avon Loop in order to keep track of the property number after the mailboxes were lost or removed".
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 108
We Lived Here: Oxford Terrace Photograph 108
A photograph of the house number spray-painted on the front of Robin Duff's house at 386 Oxford Terrace. To the right, two stickers have also been stuck to the door. The top sticker reads, "Attention, power has been removed". The bottom sticker is the Christchurch City Council's 'yellow sticker', which indicates that access to the building is restricted.