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 The Woolston Library Building was built to in 1912. Red placarded building. An engineers report stated "Moderate risk of building collapsing or part of building collapsing onto adjacent property or
A selection of photographs of damaged bridges over the Dudley Creek, taken in North Parade Shirley.
100 Bealey Avenue was one of many fine homes developed on Bealey Avenue from the 1860s until the 1930s. Damaged in the 2010/2011 earthquakes the building was demolished.
´╗┐Parts of the Bishopspark retirement complex were damaged in the earthquakes, but some villas remained habitable.
Carlton Corner refers to the area at the intersection of Victoria Street, Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue.
Knox Church was one of many Canterbury churches impacted by the earthquake
The historic building at 113 Victoria Street housing the Caxton Press was very damage in the September 2010 Canterbury Earthquake and was subsequently demolished
Building sustained damage to roof and chimneys in September 4 2010 event. Following February 2011 event, house has partially collapsed and is likely to collapse fully. - Badly damaged- Bricks
Durham Street Methodist church was impacted by the earthquake