Decorated safety fences in Sumner
Decorated road cones in Sumner
Beachville Road, Redcliffs, Christchurch
Beachville Road, Redcliffs - these islands where many birds rest are new since the earthquake
Cracks in the seawall, Beachville Road, Redcliffs
Moira checking out this more restrained Christmas cone in Beachville Road, Redcliffs
Sign in the Redcliffs Information Centre, Beachville Road
Cheerful relocation sign for the Kindergarten in Augusta Street, Redcliffs
The Redcliffs Community Library has moved to a new location where the Tennis Club was (the courts are badly damaged).
Main Road, Redcliffs
The Cave House, well known for it's bright colour has been further demolished by the most recent rockfall in the 23rd December earthquake. Main Road, Redcliffs.
The Cave House garage, Main Road, Redcliffs
Rockfall - Main Road, Redcliffs
Rockfalls, Main Road, Redcliffs
Recent rockfall in Main Road, Redcliffs
Main Road, Redcliffs,Christchurch
Sumner Cob Cottage. Main Road, Sumner
Liquefaction in the car park by the Cob Cottage.
Cannon Hill Crescent, Mt Pleasant, Christchurch
14th October 2011 - Our Lady Star of the Sea, Catholic Church in Menzies Street, Sumner
Our Lady of the Sea Catholic Church at Sumner undergoinfg demolition.
The Scarborough cliffs walking track is closed because of cliff erosion.
Cliffs at the western end of Taylor's Mistake.
Taylor's Mistake - a warning about the climb ahead to reach the road.
Taylor's Mistake. Cliff collapse onto a roof.
Taylor's Mistake beach.
Temporary fence to close the track due to rockfall hazard, Taylor's Mistake
Cottage at Taylor's Mistake
Taylor's Mistake beach
DOC Walkway track sign with "track closed" notice, Taylor's Mistake.
Moncks Spur Road,
Moncks Spur Road.
Moncks Spur Road
6th October 2011 - comedian art on a wall exposed by demolition, Sumner. Artist was later disclosed as Jason Kelly.
6th October 2011 - Our Lady Star of the Sea, Catholic Church in Menzies Street, Sumner
6th October, 2011 - Sumner Catholic Church partly demolished
Heberden Terrace, Sumner
These rocks fell onto Heberden Avenue in Sumner.
Huge rocks on Heberden Terrace, Sumner
A huge rock fell onto Heberden Avenue in Sumner.
Road warning on the Main Road, Sumner.
Decorated container on Main Road to Sumner.
Kinsey Terrace, Clifton
Cannon Hill Crescent, Mt Pleasant
Marama Crescent, Mt Pleasant
Major Hornbrook Road, Mt Pleasant
Cannon Hill Crescent, Mt Pleasant.
Hilltop Lane, Mt Pleasant
Hilltop Mt Pleasant
Te Awakura Terrace, Mt Pleasant
St Andrews Hill Road, Mt Pleasant
Menlo Terrace, Mt Pleasant
Te Awakura Road, Mt Pleasant
Te Awakura Terrace, Mt Pleasant.
University of Canterbury
Wakefield Avenue, RIchmond
Wakefield Avenue, Sumner
19th September 2011 - Our Lady Star of the Sea, CatholicSchool in Menzies Street, Sumner
19th September 2011 - Our Lady Star of the Sea, Catholic Church in Menzies Street, Sumner
Sumner Library - still closed
Sign in Sumner
Rockfall and edge of Sumner RSA
Site of former Sumner community centre and library
Protective wall of containers along the Main Road, Sumner.
Remains of houses in Kinsey Terrace, Sumner
Estuary Road, South Brighton.
Estuary Road, South Brighton
Main Road, Mt Pleasant
The Heathcote end of the gondola, closed for over a year.
The Heathcote Valley entrance to the Bridle Track to Lyttelton was closed for a year because of the danger of falling rocks. It opened on the morning of December 23. The EQ at lunchtime then closed it again when more rocks fell.
Unstable rocks high above the Heathcote Valley.
Portaloos at the Heathcote Valley School.
Evening on the Main Road to Redcliffs & Sumner beside the Heathcote Estuary.
Black swans above the Heathcote Estuary at dusk.
The main road to Redcliffs & Sumner beside the Heathcote Estuary showing how the earthquakes have significantly changed the surface of the land. Note how the power wires now sag.
Photographing the Heathcote Estuary at dusk.
The CIty with a backdrop of the Southern Alps at dusk from Mt Pleasant
Heathcote Estuary and settling ponds
Bulk water containers in the Esplanade.
Filling large water containers from a bulk supply in the Esplanade.
Footpath at the foot of the Taylors Mistake Road in Sumner.
Old Sumner library & Council Building, 16 Wakefield Avenue, Sumner.
55 Wakefield Avenue, Redcliffs.
New cracks in the rockface at Sumner
Rocks broken on June 13.
Sumner surf club.
Main Road, Sumner looking back to Redcliffs.
House debris below 14 Kinsey Terrace, Sumner
View from between the protective containers, looking up at the Sumner escarpment.
Rock fall at the base of 288 Main Road, Sumner.
288 Main Road, Sumner.
8 Kinsey Terrace, Sumner
14 Kinsey Terrace, Sumner
Below Kinsey Tce, Sumner
30 Kinsey Terrace, Sumner
30C Kinsey Terrace, Sumner
Main Road to Sumner
31 Clifton Terrace, Sumner.
Uncovering cables, Main Road, Redcliffs.
124 Main Road, Redcliffs.
116 Main Road, Redcliffs.
Large rocks fall from the cliffs below 8 Balmoral Lane, Redcliffs.
The house cladding has completely collapsed & the bank has fallen, 108 Main Road, Redcliffs.
This building was badly damaged in the February quake but now close to collapse, 7 Main Road. Redcliffs.
This house completely destroyed, 19 Main Road, Redcliffs.
House destroyed by falling bolders, 116 Main Road, Redcliffs.
House now perched on the cliff edge, 8B Balmoral Lane, Redcliffs.
All that remins of a Mexican style house at the foot of Redcliffs, 116A Main Road, Redcliffs.
Collapsed walls & damaged house, 27 Main Road, Redcliffs
House now perched on the cliff edge at Redcliffs.
House now perched on the cliff edge, 42 Balmoral Lane, Redcliffs.
Houses now perched on the cliff edge at Redcliffs.
Cliff collapse at Redcliffs. The roof tiles were displaced during the February quake.
Ferry Road. A big pile of liquefaction gathered up with a loader.
Liquefaction almost 1 metre deep in the carpark at 1070 Ferry Road, Christchurch.
New World supermarket, Redcliffs.
Inside the Sumner electrical sub-station.
The huge bolder that destroyed the Sumner RSA.
Looking through the Sumner Library window
The new Sumner Library (closed awaiting an engineering report).
Old Sumner Library & museum.
West end of Sumner Beach.
The bank of containers that protect the Sumner road from falling rocks.
A rockfall from the Sumner cliffs.
Workmen disloging boulders at the top of the Sumner cliffs.
These balconies hang precariously at the top of the Sumner cliffs after the big rock fall during the February 22 earthquake.
Workmen disloging bolders at the top of the Sumner cliffs.
Looking from Dyers Road towards Sumner
The Redcliff Public Library.
The gigantic rock that destroyed the Sumner RSA as it fell from the cliff above on February 22 2011.
80 Richmond Hill
View of Sumner from Richmond Hill.
Damaged steps leading to The Spur.
5 The Spur
Now known as "shag pile"
Decorated containers in Sumner,