We want to collect and preserve your Canterbury earthquake stories and pictures.

And what happened next, and how some things have changed and some have remained the same.

Damaged car 1. Lone Star Demolition Start 70. Damaged buildings, Colombo Street. Old Normal School 3. Arts Centre turrett braced by The Great Hall on Rolleston Av. Down Struthers Lane  . Postquake Portaloos in Avonside.
Knox Church September 4 2010  1962. Durham Street Methodist Church September 7 2010 135. Asko Building September 7 2010 141. Daily Bagel and Covent Fruit Centre September 4 2010 1960. Gasoline Alley - petrol station. Bridge Street bridge. Demolition of Robertsons Bakery September  8, 2010  99.
Cracks in Clock Tower - September 2010 39. Sydenham  - September 13  2010  #75. Lone Star Demolition Start 68. Moorhouse Avenue, Christchurch looking towards the old Railway Station (4. The Harley Building, corner of Worcester Boulevard and Durha. Rubble on the St Asaph and Barbadoes St cnr, 7.10.10. Takeaway bar on Stanmore Road is a no go zone.

Register on Kete, and add your stories, photos, memories of the earthquake, the aftermath and the rebuild.

If you have a lot of images we can bulk upload these for you if you want and then you can add your stories later if you wish. Contact us at ketechristchurch@ccc.govt.nz

Material here forms part of the Christchurch City Libraries archive documenting the experiences of our community, during the Earthquake and the rebuilding of our city.

It wlll also appear in CEISMIC Search

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Crumbling facade and bent streetlight: Cecil House 69 - 75 Manchester Street.
Earthquake Damage In September 2010 event: - Damaged but salvageable, owner was working with Council on options to repair In
Former Dalley's Fruit, Grain and Produce, 7 Riccarton Road, 13 April 2011 # #3.
This unreinforced masonry (brick) building, two storey in front, one storey at rear is partially collapsed, and was the scene
Linwood Villiage, 6 June 2011 #DSC03632.
Three temporary accommodation villages were established in the areas of Rawhiti and Linwood. These were set up by the Government to
The Pump House, 544 Tuam Strreet, 4 March 2011, pump house from east.
The Pump House building recycling business, uses the former City Waterworks Pumping Station as its business premises. The main buildings
Manchester Street looking towards Manchester Courts Building.
Damaged in the 2010 earthquakes it was the centre of much debate, and was demolished in 2010.
210 & 214 Tuam Street .
Built 1912, for Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers. The building later became the Pink Pussycat Night Club,  then used by the Christchurch

Welcome to our basket for collecting material about the Canterbury earthquake on September 4, 2010, the following aftershocks, the Boxing Day event  and the earthquake on the February 22, 2011.

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake - centred 40km west of Christchurch and with its epicentre 10km south-east of Darfield - occurred on Saturday 4 September 2010 (NZ time). Widespread damage occured, with disruption to water, power and sewerage services.

February 22, 2011, was a smaller magnitude but because of its epicenter had a much larger impact on Christchurch including loss of life.

This basket has open membership. Register on Kete, and automatically join this basket.

Add your stories, photos, memories of the earthquake and the aftermath.

Material in this basket will be collected for an archive in the Christchurch City Libraries documenting the experiences of our community.

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