Seawall and damaged land, Beachville Road. Looking towards Moncks Bay.
Corner of Avonside Drive and Retreat Road, walking home from work: eight months after Feb 2011 earthquake, & shortly before finally leaving the Residential Red Zone (property I rented was condemned &...
Avonview on Locksley Ave was damaged by the earthquakes and alternative accommodation had to be found for the residents. It has since been demolished.
View of Avonside Drive, with a portaloo outside the property at number 448.
444 and 448 Avonside Drive with portaloo.
View of Avonside Drive with the house at number 472 in the foreground.
House and portaloo at 480 Avonside Drive.
View of Avonside Drive, with a line of coloured stones in the foreground and a portaloo outside the house at number 480.
Houses at 848 and 854 Avonside Drive.
New Zealand Air Force helicopter landing in Latimer Square.
Long view of Manchester Street taken from intersection with St Asaph Street and looking towards city. Road closed by temporary fencing. Shops on left include Caravan Camping & Marine, Manna Christian...
Civil Defence port-a-loo located between 77 and 81 Aynsley Terrace.
New Zealand Defence Force vehicles and soldiers at the car park south of the New Brighton war memorial.
A portaloo at the fanzone for the Rugby World Cup 2011.
Two main features of life in the Residential Red Zone following Feb 2011 earthquake: liquefaction silt & zero drainage (hence the portaloos)! Photograph taken in Keller Street, Avonside.