Earthquake damage in Pioneer Square, Seattle, April 13, 1949. History Rare Collection Rare Historical Photos 66 Earthquakes throughout history in pictures | Rare Earthquakes Photos Collection from History By jacqline 2 months ago 1964 alaska earthquake photos bed and rail damage at Portage following the March 27 1964 earthquake . A nun and children looking through the rubble after the 1935 Helena earthquake. A photographer looks over wreckage as smoke rises in the background from burning oil storage tanks in Valdez, Alaska, on March 29, 1964, two days after the earthquake struck A refugee camp restaurant in San Francisco after the Great Earthquake, 1906 A resident recovers belongings from a Beach Street apartment complex in the Marina District of San Francisco after the Loma Prieta Earthquake, October 1989 A section of the Bay Bride collapses after the Loma Prieta earthquake, San Francisco, 1989 A split down the middle of East Street created by the earthquake in San Francisco, California (1906). (January 01, 1906). A stationary train thrown down by the San Francisco earthquake at Point Reyes Station, west Marin County, California, April 18, 1906 After the earthquake corner of Fifth and Market Street, San Francisco 1906 Aftermath of the 1933 Long Beach Earthquake American disaster relief drive in Chicago after the 1923 Tokyo Earthquake An artist paints the ruins of San Francisco following the 1906 Earthquake Anchorage, Alaska 4th Avenue after the Magnitude 9.2 Earthquake of March 27, 1964 Clearing up after the Sanriku earthquake earthquake, 1896 Collapsed concrete pillar after the Northridge Earthquake, CA, January 17, 1994 6.7 magnitude earthquake Collapsed Santa Monica Freeway bridge across La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles after Northridge earthquake 17 January 1994 Collapsing houses during the San Francisco earthquake and fire - April 18, 1906. Crowd on Grant Avenue watching building burn during the earthquake and fire of April 18, 1906, San Francisco, California. Damage after the Charleston earthquake of August 31st 1886 Destruction in Tokyo after the Great Kantō earthquake, in 1923 Devastation after the earthquake in Ljubljana Slovenia's capital 120 ago 1895 Devastation along Nakamise Dori (at Senso-ji Temple) in Tokyo following the 1923 Kanto earthquake Downtown San Francisco after the earthquake of April 18th, 1906 Earthquake damage in Pioneer Square, Seattle, April 13, 1949. East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, after the earthquake of August 31, 1886 nearly all buildings within the city sustained damage, killing up to 110 people Fire in San Francisco following the great earthquake of 1906. Firefighters digging out people trapped in the rubble of a collapsed building in the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Fukui earthquake in June 28, 1948 - Ruined areas Inverted statue of Louis Agassiz, toppled by the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Stanford University, c. 1906. Kodiak, Alaska, before and after being hit by a tsunami caused by the Good Friday earthquake in 1964. Leaning painted ladies after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake Looking down Fourth Street off Market Street, San Francisco, California, April 18th, 1906 Market Street, San Francisco after the earthquake, 1906. Men with shovels running to rescue victims of an earthquake Tangshan China - July 1976 jacqline https://www.historicaldairy.com See author's posts Tags: 1906, 66 Earthquakes throughout history in pictures, 66 Rare Earthquakes Photos From the Past That Will Stun You, Alaska 4th Avenue after the Magnitude 9.2 Earthquake, Destruction in Tokyo after the Great Kantō earthquake, earthquake, Earthquake damage in Pioneer Square, East Bay Street, Historic Photographs of the 1906 Earthquake, history, history in pictures, old, rare photos, San Francisco, vintage Continue Reading Previous 71 Historical Photographs of Adolf Hitler You Might Never seen BeforeNext Rare Earthquakes Photos Collection from History Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.