Dan Neely's WEMO Photographs

Photographs taken by Dan Neely, a volunteer at the Wellington Emergency Management Office, during the emergency response to the 22 February 2011 earthquake.

Last updated
9:27pm 31st October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:18425

35 items


Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 01
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 01
A photograph of a volunteer from Wellington Regional Emergency Management in a van. The van has a small kitchen in the back.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 02
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 02
A photograph of a volunteer from Wellington Regional Emergency Management placing items in the back of a van. The van has a small kitchen in the back.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 03
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 03
A photograph of an earthquake damaged house in Christchurch. USAR codes have been spray painted on the front wall. A red sticker in the window indicates that the building is unsafe to enter.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 04
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 04
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the Knox Church on the corner of Bealey Avenue and Victoria Street. The gable wall has crumbled, and the bricks have spilt onto the footpath in front. USAR codes have been spray painted on the walls.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 05
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 05
A photograph of a poster at the Christchurch City Council Emergency Operations Centre at Pioneer Recreation and Sport Centre in Somerfield. The poster outlines the process for new volunteers.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 06
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 06
A photograph of a block of damaged shops on the corner of Gloucester Street and Woodham Road. The top of the fa├žade has crumbled. The bricks have fallen to the ground and taken the awnings with them. Wire fencing has been placed around the buildings as a cordon. Signs on the fences indicated that the T Bakery and Red Chilli are open.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 07
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 07
A photograph of cracks along a street in Christchurch. A road cone has been placed over a crack as a warning for road users.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 08
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 08
A photograph of members of the New Zealand Army sitting on a couch made out of a mattress and base as they guard a cordon in Christchurch. A cat has come to say hello.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 09
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 09
A photograph of paper hearts with inspirational quotes pegged to a cordon fence. In the background, rubble from an earthquake demolished building can be seen. The hearts read, "'No matter what, no matter where, it's always home if love is there.' P.L. Berger" and "'All the word is full of suffering; it is also full of overcoming.' Helen Keller".
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 10
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 10
A photograph of a temporary welfare headquarters set up by Civil Defence.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 11
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 11
A member of AFT Security outside a temporary welfare headquarters set up by Civil Defence. A felt heart can be seen pinned to his jersey.
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 12
Dan Neely WEMO Photograph 12
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a building in Lyttelton. The brick wall has crumbled and the bricks have spilt onto the pavement below. The pink batts are now exposed and the remaining wall is severely cracked. Wire fencing and tape reading "danger keep out" has been placed around the building as a cordon.