Footpath slumping near the intersection of Deans Avenue and Fendalton Road.
Bridge approach slumping at Helmores Lane.
Vehicle damaged by falling masonry and relocated to outside of a Merivale property.
Masonry gable collapsed from the former Canterbury Public Library Building, 107 - 109 Cambridge Terrace, Former Children's Library, and the Christchurch City Council building.
Stabilised building and damaged masonry on 86 Hereford Street.
Emergency management staff returning to the office after inspecting buildings. Walking past the collapsed Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings on Durham Street.
Collapsed Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings on Durham 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.
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.
Collapsed masonry parapet on Café Roma building, 176-178 Oxford Terrace.
Army personnel and a member of the fire service on the corner of Gloucester & Durham Streets
Fallen masonry on a car in Cathedral Square
Heavily damaged cupola on the Regent Thetare building in Cathedral Square.
Masonry building damage on the corner of Hereford and High Streets.
Demolition work on Colombo Street looking towards Moorhouse Avenue.
Ballantynes building minor earthquake damage to façade.
A van leaving the cordoned section of Gloucester Street at the corner with Oxford Terrace. To the south are the remains of the entry to Chancery Arcade.
Demolition of the Community of the Sacred Name convent on the corner of Barbadoes and St Asaph Street.