Fri, 22 Feb 2013 6:05a.m.
3 News has taken a camera inside the ChristChurch Cathedral for the first time in over a year.
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23/02/2013 4:11:20 p.m.
Can the plaques used for brass rubbings be rescued?
22/02/2013 2:55:57 p.m.
Yes, it looks a mess but I don't feel it's as bad as the Catholic Cathedral.
We are continually told it is unsafe, but after so many aftershocks it's still standing.
22/02/2013 11:59:03 a.m.
Phil Garland wrote:
So sad to see. If the cathedral has to be demolished there are aspects that can and should be saved for posterity - albeit re-used in a new building so all is not lost forever...something of the original should remain. I would rather see the Cathedral restored to its former glory if at all possible.
22/02/2013 11:34:09 a.m.
After viewing the inside of the Cathedral i was surprised it was not a lot worse than it is. Its such a beautiful building, i would love like to see it fixed up, but the cost could prevent this, unless all of New Zealand got behind it and fundraised the money.
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