Former Christchurch Railway Station building, 392 Moorhouse Avenue.
Redcliffs Park and houses in the foreground, with collapsed cliff behind.
Samoan Methodist Church
Crowd gathered in Cashel Mall near Ballantynes department store to see visiting royals, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall. Visible in the background is the Westpac Building in the process of being...
Hapa design store owner, Maureen Taane, waiting for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall to arrive. Re:Start container mall, Cashel Street.
Onlookers take photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall outside Hapa design store, Re:Start container mall.
Protest against the Christchurch City Council being held on the empty lot at 47 Hereford Street.
This is a photo of Alex Reid who will be 100 this year and was taken at the Iris Gardens, Tai Tapu, reminiscing about the era of the horse and cart days outside the shed.
Road sign on Old Taitapu Road.
Plaque at the top of Evans Pass commemorating Captain Joseph Thomas, engineer and surveyor for the Canterbury Association. Canterbury Centenary 1850 - 1950.
"Please repect this site" notice on the fencing around the damaged Bridge of Remembrance
Bharatanatyam Group performing a traditional South Indian dance, at Culture Galore 2012.
Qiao Yi Lion Dance Team celebrates Lunar New Year at Upper Riccarton library, 2012.
Flowers inserted in traffic cones as earthquake tributes on McBratney's Road, Dallington.
Messages and earthquake tributes on damaged footbridge crossing the Avon River at the end of Medway Street, 2012.
Tree with earthquake tributes in Avonside, 2012.
Wild flowers in an empty lot on Colombo Street, 2012. Also visible are buildings on Buchan Street.
Decorated shipping containers beneath the cliff on the road to Sumner, Christchurch.
Front exterior of Central Library Peterborough.
The land adjacent to the Gayhurst Road end of the bridge sank significantly after the earthquakes, so that the approach to the bridge had to be built up and repaired several times. The sharp change...
The Windsor Court Motel in New Brighton Road was damaged by the earthquakes and was surrounded by residential red zone land. It was demolished.