QuakeStories Photographs

Photographs contributed to the QuakeStories website.

Last updated
9:57am 5th February 2021
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:22228

Contains 219 items


QuakeStory Photo 694
QuakeStory Photo 694
A photograph submitted by Caroline Oliver to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Demoilition of one of the 2 damaged chimneys, Cashmere hills 1920 weatherboard house, in March 2011.".
QuakeStory Photo 740
QuakeStory Photo 740
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Central Christchurch after cleanup".
QuakeStory Photo 741
QuakeStory Photo 741
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "I had assured Lois that we would be safe from falling chimneys about 3 weeks before the September Quake..".
QuakeStory Photo 742
QuakeStory Photo 742
A photograph submitted by Anonymous to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Our chimney was capped the day after the September Quake. This little fella served as our chimney for two winters until an expert came along and disconnected our gas fire.".
QuakeStory Photo 743
QuakeStory Photo 743
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Liquefaction in Maces Rd, Bromley".
QuakeStory Photo 744
QuakeStory Photo 744
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Service men – and women – controlled access to inner city Red Zone. They seemed to enjoy the somewhat boring task and were more effective than the police".
QuakeStory Photo 745
QuakeStory Photo 745
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Line flushing and CCTV inspection of sewers and storm water drains. An endless task that had to be done".
QuakeStory Photo 746
QuakeStory Photo 746
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Sometimes you had to take a closer look – City pump station out New Brighton way".
QuakeStory Photo 747
QuakeStory Photo 747
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "This little one became my main shit truck. It wore out clutch mechanisms at a great rate. Several drivers were sacked for buggering it up. When having the little truck serviced I checked up on its history. It had had incessant clutch problems BEFORE it was allocated to the TransPac shit-collectors!".
QuakeStory Photo 748
QuakeStory Photo 748
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Mannequins suspended in an open frontage gently twisting in the breeze – unmolested for weeks. Bottom of High St and Manchester St".
QuakeStory Photo 749
QuakeStory Photo 749
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Cupola from the Regent Theatre Building – originally 1903 Luttrell Bros designed Royal Exchange Building. The cupola mysteriously ‘disappeared’!".
QuakeStory Photo 750
QuakeStory Photo 750
A photograph submitted by Tim Kerr to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Some attempted to make their Port-a-Loo a little more homely. I took pleasure in maintaining this one in Locksley Ave".