Digital Photograph: Retaining Wall, Sumner Road, Lyttelton
27 May 2013
One landscape colour digital photograph taken on 27 May 2013 of a retaining wall in Sumner Road which was replaced due to earthquake damage. The original wall was created using red volcanic rock. Many walls like this were built using the Hard Labour Gang from the Lyttelton Gaol. The replacement wall has a small section of stone installed to show what the wall used to look like. It is intended to reface the wall using stone salvaged from collapsed walls.
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