Mike Cameron's WEMO Photographs

Photographs taken by Mike Cameron, 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:18426

21 items


Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 01
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 01
A photograph of the Carlton Hotel on the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue. The top storey of the building's walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the street below. Steel bracing has been placed against the building to the left.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 02
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 02
A photograph of Knox Church on the corner of Victoria Street and Bealey Avenue. The walls of the gables have crumbled, spilling bricks onto the footpath in front.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 03
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 03
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house on Bealey Avenue near Springfield Road. The walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the footpath in front. The ceiling of the building has been braced with scaffolding. Wire fencing and police tape has been placed around the building as a cordon.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 04
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 04
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house on Bealey Avenue near Springfield Road. The walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the footpath in front. the ceiling of the building has been braced with scaffolding. Wire fencing and police tape has been placed around the building as a cordon.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 05
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 05
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house on Bealey Avenue near Springfield Road. The walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the footpath in front. the ceiling of the building has been braced with scaffolding. Wire fencing and police tape has been placed around the building as a cordon.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 06
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 06
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house on Bealey Avenue near Springfield Road. The walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the footpath in front. the ceiling of the building has been braced with scaffolding. A red sticker on the door indicates that the building is unsafe to enter.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 07
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 07
A photograph of the earthquake-damaged brick wall of a house on Bealey Avenue near Springfield Road. The ceiling of the building has been braced with scaffolding.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 08
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 08
A photograph of the earthquake-damaged brick wall of a house on Bealey Avenue near Springfield Road. The ceiling of the building has been braced with scaffolding.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 09
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 09
A photograph of a demolished house on the corner of Springfield Road and Bealey Avenue. Tape reading, "Danger keep out" has been placed across the property.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 10
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 10
A photograph of the site of a demolished house on the corner of Springfield Road and Bealey Avenue. "No go" has been spray-painted on the earthquake-damaged fence. Wire fencing and police tape has been placed across the entrance as a cordon. In the background, rubble from the demolished building can be seen.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 11
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 11
A photograph of rubble from a demolished house on the corner of Springfield Road and Bealey Avenue.
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 12
Mike Cameron WEMO Photograph 12
A photograph looking south down Montreal Street from the Bealey Avenue. The road has been cordoned off with road cones and a member of the New Zealand Army in a high-visibility vest can be seen guarding it. In the background, a New Zealand Army vehicle can be seen with more soldiers. Some are on bikes to the right.