Thursday, March 31, 2011

Now You Know, Red Zone, Christchurch Quake

National State of Emergency, Fri 01.04.11. The 22.02.11 quake damaged red zone in Christchurch CBD was partly opened for residents & business owners on Thursday 31.03.11.

It was time to see the red zone, as public were allowed in on April Fools Day, almost 6 weeks post Feb 22, magnitude 6.3 quake, after much demolition, by Hamilton's Civil Defence, making quake trashed bldgs safe.

Many bldgs described in this post, if not already demolished, were more damaged by the June 13 quake, under CERA's regime.

Images, quake damaged Waltham Rd:


01.04.11. Feb 22 Quake damaged brick bldg, cnr Wordsworth St / Waltham Rd, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged & wood braced brick bldg, cnr Wordsworth St / Waltham Rd, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed brick bldg, Waltham Rd, national state of emergency


08:30, early & dark enough for cars still to have lights on, daylight saving a day's hence, Sat. I parked my car at Wordsworth St & coolpixed Feb 22 quake trashed bldgs & portaloos on Wordsworth St & Waltham Rd.


01.04.11. Washington Reserve skateboard park, undamaged by Feb 22 quake, cnr Waltham Rd / Moorhouse Ave, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged AMI Stadium, unuseable for Rugby World Cup 2011, national state of emergency. Seen from Waltham Rd over bridge


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged old brick station, Moorhouse Ave, national state of emergency. Seen from Waltham Rd over bridge. The station was demolished in August 2012


01.04.11. Sept 4 quake damaged & Feb 22 quake trashed RC Cathedral, Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency. Seen from Waltham Rd over bridge. The RC Cathedral was part deconstructed

As Christchurch was mostly flat on Canterbury Plains, except for the Port Hills & CBD high rises, the only high points were road over bridges.

On Waltham Rd over bridge, over the railway, I had a good view of CBD high rises: old, brick station clock tower; quake crippled Hotel Grand Chancellor, Holiday Inn & other high rises; RC Cathedral; AMI Stadium, unusable for Rugby World Cup 2011.


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed Hotel Grand Chancellor hotel, red zone, national state of emergency. Seen from Waltham Rd over bridge. Hotel Grand Chancellor was demolished

Since the Feb 22 quake, I'd driven around AMI stadium & roads were uneven & liquefactioned. What AMI stadium was like inside was guess work, but you wouldn't catch me attending rugby matches there.


01.04.11. Waltham Rd view of Moorhouse Ave crossing & Barbadoes St checkpoint into the Feb 22 quake red zone, national state of emergency

Across Moorhouse Ave, I asked 2 cops at Barbadoes St checkpoint into the red zone if I could go in. A woman cop looked dubious, so I said, "I'll go down Madras Street by the tech & keep out of your way." They looked busy, checking traffic entering & leaving Barbadoes St & rearranging red plastic road cones in the vicinity.

Images, quake damaged Barbadoes St & Moorhouse Ave:


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed RC Cathedral, Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency. Seen from Moorhouse Ave. The RC Cathedral was part deconstructed


01.04.11. Music Centre of Christchurch, damaged by Sept 4, Boxing Day & Feb 22 quakes, cnr Barbadoes St / Ferry Rd, red zone, national state of emergency. Seen from Moorhouse Ave. The Music Centre was demolished

I wandered along Moorhouse Ave & saw the tech car park, brick wall had been demolished, as well as an old, brick bldg in the car park, both of which I'd coolpixed shortly post Feb 22 quake. My new view to the quake trashed RC Cathedral was unimpeded across the tech car park.


01.04.11. Old brick station clock tower, damaged by Sept 4 & Feb 22 quakes, Moorhouse Ave, national state of emergency. The station was demolished in August 2012.

Images, quake damaged Madras St:


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake, liquefactioned pot hole on footpath, CPIT, Christchurch Tech, Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Portaloo in countdown car park, Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Wall jokers, countdown car park, Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.1. USA Search & Rescue graffiti on Madras St wall, red zone, national state of emergency

I coolpixed the quake damaged clock tower of the old, brick railway station, then wandered down Madras St past the tech & a countdown portaloo. I saw 4 NZDF soldiers further on at St Asaph St crossing, but turned into Southwark St & coolpixed more quake damaged bldgs.

Images, quake damaged Southwark St:


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged brick bldg, Southwark St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged brick, Cokers Backpackers, cnr Southwark St / Manchester St, red zone national state of emergency. Cokers Backpackers was demolished


01.04.11. Southwark St view of Feb 22 quake damaged & demolished old, brick bldg, Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency

St Asaph St: A cop helicopter (borrowed from Auckland) buzzed the CBD & I cut across a car park by a demolition site to St Asaph St. Beyond were the backs of several old, brick bldgs, most undamaged by the Sept 4 quake, but trashed by the Feb 22 quake. The Trading Store by McKenzie Willis was slightly damaged by the Sept 4 quake, trashed by the Feb 22 quake.

The part demolished, sanitized High St bldgs, seen from St Asaph St, stood fence cordoned for months, for rubberneckers to gawp, then demolitions resumed.

Images, quake damaged St Asaph St:


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged old, brick bldgs, St Asaph St, red zone national state of emergency


01.04.11. Furniture & quake rubbish in car park, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Sept 4, Boxing Day & Feb 22 quake damaged Theme Basics, cnr St Asaph St / Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency. Post Feb 22 quake the top storey was demolished to make the old, brick bldg safe. Pity it wasn't demolished post Sept 4 quake. The ruin was eventually demolished. By October a coffee caravan briefly traded on the demolition site, then moved to a better trading site on Cambridge Tce


01.04.11. St Asaph St view of Feb 22 quake damaged old brick bldgs, Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency. Majestic Theatre, Holiday Inn & quake tilted Hotel Grand Chancellor behind were all demolished. Pre quakes engineers & builders had a road running under one side of Hotel Grand Chancellor. Rendezvous Hotel (Pacific Tower) right survived the 2010-11 quakes


01.04.11. St Asaph St view of Feb 22 quake trashed old, brick bldgs, Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency. The bldgs were demolished


I wandered down St Asaph St to Manchester St crossing. Old, brick bldgs, damaged by the Sept 4 quake, were trashed by the Feb 22 quake. Five RNZAF soldiers guarded the crossing & were picked up by a beige Unimog while I coolpixed. Changing the cordon guard. A modern bldg, the drawing room survived the 2010-2011 quakes.

The red zone CBD was riddled with cops & NZDF soldiers, ensuring that citizens were banned entering the cordon fence. The military occupation & citizen banning would continue for 28 months, while Civil Defence then CERA took their time demolishing CBD bldgs. The quake disaster thus continued as a demolition disaster. 


01.04.11. RNZAF soldier, cnr St Asaph St / Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Unimog transport for changing of the guard, Feb 22 quake cordon, cnr St Asaph St / Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency

Compared to the Sept 4 quake, I saw many more old, brick bldgs, up & down Manchester St, trashed by the Feb 22 quake. Old, brick Peaches & Cream, corner Tuam St / Manchester St stood firm, other bldgs worse, walls stripped off. But all those old, brick bldgs, including Peaches & Cream were demolished.

I wondered if Manchester St Red Light area would survive post quake? Red zone Manchester St was cleaned up, rubble removed, but many bldgs needed demolition. Some had top storeys removed to make them safe. This was all before CERA took over & went demolition bonkers.


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged old, brick bldg, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency



01.04.11. Feb 22 quake, cone cordoned St Asaph St, pre quake very busy, seen from Colombo St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Military vehicle by Bike HQ, cnr St Asaph St / Colombo St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Cone & fence cordoned St Asaph St, pre quake very busy, seen from Colombo St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency

I continued along St Asaph St to Colombo St crossing, a hell hole view of brick dust, collapsed & demolished bldgs. Yellow painted, corner Dick Smith had survived the Feb 22 quake, so too opposite corner bldg, Anderson & Hill Sports Power, under which NZDF soldiers in a blue tarp hut, behind the cordon fence, kept a wary eye. Fourteen months later, dusty Dick Smith & Sports Power were still closed.

Behind Dick Smith, a digger demolished a bldg, a haul truck alongside, in red plastic, cone & fence cordoned Colombo St.


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake abandoned Dick Smith, cnr St Asaph St / Colombo St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Post Feb 22 quake demolition site next to Dick Smith, Colombo St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake broken window, cnr St Asaph St / Colombo St, red zone, national state of emergency

Diagonally opposite the NZDF soldiers' hut a military vehicle passed Bike Hut, quake survivor. Opposite the soldiers' hut, corner brick bldgs were destroyed, continuing northwards past Mollett St for a whole block to Tuam St, their rooms & contents exposed.

There were masses of quake trashed & demolished bldgs up & down Colombo St. Northwards along Colombo St, no access, red zone cordon, I saw damaged & demolished bldgs to the air bridge by The Crossing.

21.05.11. After the coroner had released all names of the 182 dead [later increased to 185] & cops had released details of where people had died, The Press reported that after the 18 PGC bldg deaths & 115 CTV bldg deaths in the CBD, the section of Colombo St from St Asaph St to just beyond Tuam St was the next deadliest - 16 dead, including 8 dead on the red bus No 702.


01.04.11. Cordon northern view of Feb 22 quake destroyed & demolished bldgs down Colombo St from St Asaph St to Tuam St crossings, & beyond to The Crossing, red zone, national state of emergency. 16 people died there. NZDF cordon hut right



01.04.11. NZDF soldiers' cordon hut & cordon fence, cnr Colombo St / St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency. Quake trashed bldgs were demolished


01.04.11. NZDF cordon soldiers, cnr St Asaph St / Colombo St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged, old, brick bldgs, Colombo St, by Tuam St & Lichfield St crossings, seen from St Asaph St cordon, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake destroyed & demolished bldgs down Colombo St from St Asaph St to Tuam St crossings & beyond, red zone, national state of emergency. 16 people died there


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake, St Asaph st cordon view of Tuam St, Lichfield St & Cashel St crossings, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged, old, brick shops & flats, cnr Colombo St / St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency. The ruins were demolished



01.04.11. St Asaph St view of Feb 22 quake destruction of backs of bldgs at Colombo St / St Asaph St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency. The ruins were demolished


I continued towards Durham St South & coolpixed red stickered St John HQ, with DANGER KEEP CLEAR spray painted on a wall. Bad news for St John, as it relied on charity donations.

I turned back along St Asaph St, as I'd already walked Durham St South in zone 1. I hadn't seen Madras St crossing & there were new angles to the quake destruction & demolitions I'd just passed.

Images, quake damaged St Asaph St:


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged St John, cnr St Asaph St / Durham St South, red zone, national state of emergency


Along St Asaph St there were NZDF cordon soldiers at crossings & several workmen in Hi Vis vests. 4 Civil Defence, NZRT workers in blue or red or black overalls, took pics, while escorting engineer bldg inspectors, like criminals returning to crime scenes. Sparse traffic weaved past plastic road cones & barriers & less pedestrians. Businesses were abandoned.


01.04.11. NZRT taking pics while escorting a bldg inspector, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency


I looked into a deep excavation where a huge pipe & smaller connections were being fixed. It was about 1 metre diameter & was buried about 4 metres under St Asaph St. That fence cordoned excavation had obstructed traffic since the 04.09.10 quake & continued to obstruct traffic until early 2012.


Further on, looking across a vacant car park, I coolpixed old Tuam St Council bldg, many windows smashed. Months later the windows were boarded. The site would become the permanent bus exchange.


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake, Manchester St demolition site, seen from cnr St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency





01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed, old brick bldgs, Manchester St, between St Asaph St & Welles St crossings. The bldgs were demolished 


01.04.11. Demolition site, cnr St Asaph St / Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Model, Manchester St demolished Red Light area, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed bldgs, Manchester St, red zone, national state of emergency. The bldgs were demolished


01.04.11. NZRT & bldg inspector, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged bldgs, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency. Old PO / Alice in Videoland & IRD bldg behind


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed McKenzie Willis bldg, St Asaph St. The bldg was demolished



01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed bldg, St Asaph St. Bldg was demolished




St Asaph St / High St / Madras St crossing had deserted views down each street: High St to high rises & crippled Hotel Grand Chancellor; Madras St to bldgs damaged in the Sept 4 & Boxing day quakes, trashed in the Feb 22 quake. More bldgs were trashed in the Feb 22 quake.

So soon post Feb 22 quake the CBD air had a death feel about, that cold, creepy feeling again. Never warm, even on sunny days. The dust hadn't settled yet & death was too close to be comfortable wandering the CBD. It wasn't only deaths of people I felt, it was seeing death rows of hundreds of quake shattered bldgs. They teetered, groaning with every aftershock, awaiting execution by CERA demolishers.


01.04.11. Demolition site, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Bldg inspectors, St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.1. Demolition site, cnr St Asaph St / Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Southern view of Madras St from St Asaph St / Madras St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. CPIT, Christchurch Polytechnic, cnr St Asaph St / Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency

Rubberneckers wandered that gloomy, drizzly morning: couple of old men at Manchester St cordon; a woman videoing at Madras St cordon; a male cyclist & another man at High St cordon, all staring, or mumbling at the bloody marvel of it all.

At all the red zone crossings, as traffic was little, I stood in the middle of crossings (pre Feb 22 quake teeming) & took all round photographs. Pre Feb 22 quake I would've been run over, or booked for jaywalking. My red zone lasting impression, besides creepy feelings & destroyed bldgs, was abandoned streets behind cordoned fencing, guarded by NZDF soldiers & cops.


01.04.11. Western view along St Asaph St to Manchester St crossing, seen from Madras St / High St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. St Asaph St / Madras St crossing view of cordoned High St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Cnr St Asaph St / High St / Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency. Northern view to cordoned Tuam St & Lichfield St

01.04.11. St Asaph St / Madras St crossing, northern view of Madras St, red zone, national state of emergency



01.04.11. Red zone cordon, NZDF soldier directing girls, cnr St Asaph St / Madras St, national state of emergency


01.04.11. St Asaph St vehicle wash, to remove dust, near Ferry Rd fork, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged bldg, St Asaph St near Ferry Rd fork, red zone, national state of emergency

I walked past tech bldgs & looked at more damaged bldgs by St Asaph St & Ferry Road fork. A Bobcat digger & two bigger diggers completed demolishing a brick bldg in clouds of dust opposite the tech. I feared asbestos dust, coolpixed & wandered on to Barbadoes St.

A demolition site sign read:

                DANGER
ASBESTOS REMOVAL IN
               PROGRESS
               KEEP OUT...


01.04.11 Asbestos warning sign, demolition site, St Asaph St & Ferry Rd fork, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake collapsed brick bldg, St Asaph St by Ferry Rd fork, red zone, national state of emergency. The bldg was demolished


01.04.1. Demolition site, St Asaph St / Ferry Rd fork, red zone, national state of emergency. Quake trashed RC Cathedral back drop. Later the dome was removed by crane & the cathedral was part deconstructed



01.04.11. NZRT, St Asaph St, near Barbadoes St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. N view from St Asaph St / Barbadoes St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. S view from St Asaph St / Barbadoes St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. SW cnr St Asaph St / Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency

I doubled back up Barbadoes St to St Asaph St crossing to coolpix brick, Community of the Sacred Name, Anglican Convent, serial trashed by the Sept 4 & Boxing Day quakes & ready to collapse post Feb 22 quake, brick walls ripped off, front, sides & back. The Convent was demolished post June 13 quake. Gotta ask why authorities took so long? Two NZRT blokes in red overalls stood in the middle of the crossing like gawping tourists.

Diagonally opposite the crossing, a demolition site grew weeds post Sept 4 & Boxing Day quakes. A maroon Judo dojo was wood braced, but survived the Feb 22 quake.


01.04.11. Brick Community of the Sacred Name, Anglican Convent, damaged by Sept 4 & Boxing Day quakes, trashed by the Feb 22 quake, cnr St Asaph St / Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency. The Convent was demolished post June 13 quake. 2 NZRT in red overalls stood in the middle of the crossing like gawping tourists.




01.04.11. Feb 22 quake damaged bldg, St Asaph St, near Barbadoes St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency



01.04.11. Feb 22 quake trashed brick bldg, henry's car park, cnr Barbadoes St / St Asaph St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Feb 22 quake bricked car, henry's car park, between St Asaph St & Tuam St, red zone, national state of emergency

I cut through an alley by henry's car park to Tuam St, which was partially repaired, flattened & shingle patched. When I'd passed a couple of weeks ago, Fitzgerald Ave side, Tuam St was undulated, like desert dunes with silt dust flying.

Images, quake damaged Tuam St:


01.04.11. Cnr Tuam St / Barbadoes St cordon view of Feb 22 quake trashed Hotel Grand Chancellor. Westpac & Holiday Inn left, red zone, national state of emergency. The high rises were demolished


01.04.11. Military vehicle behind cordon fence, cnr Tuam St / Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Zone 2, post Feb 22 quake repairs, Tuam St, national state of emergency. For weeks post Feb 22 quake Tuam St undulated, due to liquefaction damage, silt dust whipped up by winds. E view, seen from red zone, Tuam St / Barbadoes St crossing


01.04.11. Military vehicle passing a Feb 22 quake trashed, demolished Provincial Hotel, cnr Barbadoes St / Cashel St, seen from Tuam St / Barbadoes St crossing, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Cnr Tuam St / Barbadoes St zoom, W view of Feb 22 quake trashed Tuam St bldgs, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Cnr Tuam St / Barbadoes St zoom view of Feb 22 quake trashed Madras St bldg, red zone, national state of emergency. Edward Gibbon was demolished

At the no access, red zone fence cordon on Tuam St, by a garage, open for business, no clients yet, I looked up & down desolate Barbadoes St. I saw Feb 22 quake damaged bldgs in Barbadoes St, Tuam St & Madras St. Across a car park I saw abandoned CBD high rises. In the distance I saw the collapsed, burnt out CTV bldg, where 115 people died in the Feb 22 quake.


01.04.11. Cnr Tuam St / Barbadoes St view of collapsed, burnt out CTV bldg, Madras St, where 115 died in the Feb 22 quake. Back dropped by CBD high rises, Pacific Tower left, PWC middle, Newstalk ZB right, red zone, national state of emergency. To the left of CTV bldg, St Pauls Pacific Presbyterian Church. St Pauls, CTV & PWC were demolished. Newstalk ZB was imploded, August 2012

Back at Barbadoes St / St Asaph St cordon crossing, riddled with NZDF soldiers & roaming military vehicles, I asked a Maori cop if I could walk south down Barbadoes St, as my car was parked at Wordsworth St. He agreed. He was unnerving, as he stared at me, but looked away the same time, like a chameleon.

Images, quake damaged St Asaph St & Barbadoes St:


01.04.11. Quake damaged bldg, St Asaph St, back dropped by quake damaged RC Cathedral, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. NZDF soldiers by Sept 4, Boxing Day & Feb 22 quake trashed, brick, Community of the Sacred Name, Anglican Convent, cnr St Asaph St / Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency. The Convent was demolished post June 13 quake




01.04.11. Martial Arts School, Barbadoes St, quake damaged & wood braced, red zone, national state of emergency


01.04.11. NZDF soldiers on their way to CBD cordon duty, cnr Ferry Rd / Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency. Quake trashed RC Cathedral left


01.04.11. Music Centre of Christchurch, damaged in the Sept 4, Boxing Day & Feb 22 quakes, Barbadoes St red zone, national state of emergency. The Music Centre was demolished






Wandering down Barbadoes St, I coolpixed the quake smashed, brick Music Centre of Christchurch (later demolished) & RC Cathedral, a cracked, concrete brick structure with Oamaru limestone cladding, copper dome & collapsed twin towers.

During the Feb 22 quake, in one of the towers, in a broken room just below the collapsed SW tower, a Virgin Mary statue spun 180 degrees to face Barbadoes St. Superstitious people regarded that a miracle - towers collapsing around Virgin Mary. Never mind 185 dead.

The RC Cathedral dome was removed by crane, the stumps of collapsed towers & transepts were supported by layered, shipping containers, while the RC Cathedral was deconstructed. Transept shipping container supports remained for years.


01.04.11. RC Cathedral, damaged by the Sept 4 quake, trashed by the Feb 22 quake, Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency. The dome was removed by crane & The RC Cathedral was deconstructed




01.04.11. Virgin Mary statue turned 180 degrees during the Feb 22 quake, to face Barbadoes St, while the RC Cathedral tower collapsed above the statue, red zone, national state of emergency








Back at Barbadoes St / Moorhouse Ave crossing, I greeted the woman cop & said, "I've done the full circuit."

"Now you know," she replied.


01.04.11. Checkpoint hut & portaloos, cnr Barbadoes St / Moorhouse Ave, red zone, national state of emergency

My coolpix didn't show the true horror of the red zone, as 5 weeks post Feb 22 quake, during the national state of emergency, few people who'd survived the Sept 4 quake & 1 000s of aftershocks, & Feb 22 quake & aftershocks were allowed into the red zone post Feb 22 quake. Once the national state of emergency was over, CERA took over from Civil Defence & continued demolishing Christchurch's red zone CBD until almost nothing was left.


01.04.11. Barbadoes St cnr view of gridlock traffic, Moorhouse Ave, national state of emergency. Old brick station & clock tower, damaged by Sept 4 & Feb 22 quakes. The station was demolished, August 2012

CBD residents & business people were hassled by cops & NZDF soldiers at cordon checkpoints, having to get permission to enter their own homes & businesses in the red zone, which was banned & sanitized during the national state of emergency by prohibitions, demolitions, rubble haulage, road clearing, silt clearing, fence cordons, plastic road cones & barriers.

Quake shocked citizens meekly accepted bannings. After CERA took over from Civil Defence, the military occupation of the CBD & citizen bannings continued for 28 months till July 2013.


01.04.11. Cop at checkpoint, cnr Moorhouse Ave / Barbadoes St, red zone, national state of emergency

Images, quake damaged Waltham Rd:


01.04.11. Portaloo & fence cordon obstructing traffic, Waltham Rd, national state of emergency


01.04.11. Waltham Rd view of quake braced bldg, Wordsworth St, national state of emergency

Content & pics Copyright Mark JS Esslemont.