New Zealand Police street art on the corner of Colombo Street and Kilmore Street depicting Constable Nao Yoshimizu comforting a relative of a victim.
Shipping container barrier at the former High Street Post Office building at 185 High Street, on the corner of High Street and Tuam Street.
The former High Street Post Office building at 185 High Street, on the corner of High Street and Tuam Street.
Flower tributes on temporary fencing.
Street art on block wall in unidentified location.
Top floors of the Billens building at 167-175 High Street, behind a tree.
Angel statue on top of the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament at 122 Barbadoes Street.
Inscription on the south west pillar of Worcester Street bridge commemorating the opening of the bridge in 1885 by mayor Charles Partridge Hulbert.
Temporary fencing and road cones at unidentified location.
Flower on fencing outside unidentified building.
Music Centre of Christchurch sign on building at 140 Barbadoes Street.
‘Polluted water’ sign at unidentified location.
Angel statues on top of the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament at 122 Barbadoes Street.
Damaged McKenzie & Willis Trading Store at 257 St Asaph Street behind temporary fencing.
Damaged former Canterbury Public Library building at 107-109 Cambridge Terrace, on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.
‘Danger’ sign near entrance of an unidentified building.
Collapsed roof of the Canterbury Provincial Council buildings at 280 Durham Street North.
Damage to Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings and scaffolding at 280 Durham Street North.
Wooden bell tower and salvaged roof of St Luke’s Anglican Church on the corner of Kilmore Street and Manchester Street.
Rubble and salvaged roof of St Luke’s Anglican Church behind temporary fencing on the corner of Kilmore Street and Manchester Street.
Colombo Street looking south from outside 813 Colombo Street.
Gloucester Street cordon looking east near the corner with Oxford Terrace. Road cones, temporary fencing and machinery visible on street. ‘Smile’ art on temporary fencing.
Digger demolishing an unidentified building behind temporary fencing.