Catering staff at the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Staff working in the foyer of the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Civil defence staff in the the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery
Double cavity brick house damage on Worcester Street.
Christs College, Rolleston Avenue.
Christs College, Rolleston Avenue. Steel tie rods have helped to prevent the gable collapsing
Damaged buildings on Machester Street.
Damaged buildings on the corner of Gloucester and Manchester Streets.
Pavement damage along tram tracks in New Regent Street.
Window damage in Bob Brown's corner of Armagh and Manchester Streets.
Grand Chancellor Hotel and YHA on Manchester Street.
Grand Chancellor Hotel. Note the distortion on the building face not in the sun.
Oxford Terrace Baptist Church, damage also suffered in an earthquake a few months earlier.
Timber framed houses separated by a masonry wall that has partially collapsed on Peterborough Street.
Masonry and timber constructed property, Hotel Stoneyhurst. 241 Gloucester Street.
Masonry and timber constructed property. Interior of the Hotel Stonehurst. 241 Gloucester Street.
Concrete commercial building, structural and window damage at Harcourts building at 271 Madras Street.
Clearing a collapsed building in the CBD.
Christ Church Cathedral with structural steel supports installed after the previous 2010 earthquake