Looking down onto a retaining wall that has slipped onto the side of a house belonging to the Woodham family in Redcliffs.
Save-our-post-office campaigner Mrs Ella Webb, stood outside Redcliffs Post Office on Main Road with a petition of 800 signatures to save the post office from closure.
Rocks falling from a cliff above Moa Bone Point Cave at Redcliffs following a dynamite charge explosion in an attempt to dislodge a rock outcrop in the area.
A hydraulic platform is used to place dynamite charges at a cliff near Shag Rock and Redcliffs.
Jock Grant with moa bones he found while digging a trench for a sewer line on Main Road, Redcliffs.
Members of the Canterbury Museum archaeological group excavating at Redcliffs cave. Pictured are, from left, Sandra Johnson, Kathleen Fletcher, Ngaire Harris and Diana Angel.
Barry Eames, 13, with a moa hunters' whale oven he helped discover at Redcliffs.
We called our rented house "Hi-Tide" in 1960. It's a magical house at 2 Moncks Spur, Redcliffs. The house is catilevered out over the point of Moncks Spur above the cave of moa bones on the Main Road...
Redcliffs, seen from across the Avon-Heathcote estuary.
Redcliffs Park and houses in the foreground, with collapsed cliff behind.
Collapsed cliff behind Redcliffs School.
Collapsed cliff behind Redcliffs School and houses.
Damage to seawall at Beachville Road, Redcliffs. Moncks Bay is in the background.
Demolition of New World supermarket, Main Road, Redcliffs.
Seawall and damaged land, Beachville Road. Looking towards Moncks Bay.
Earthquake damaged retaining wall at 288 Main Road.
Redcliffs Public Library, 91 Main Road, Redcliffs.
128, 126 and 124A Main Road, Redcliffs.
Beachville Road and collapsed cliff behind Redcliffs School, seen from South Shore.
Houses at Redcliffs and the collapsed cliff.
View of Moncks Bay from Beachville Road, Redcliffs.
Redcliffs Park, houses and cliff.