Ray Whelan's WEMO Photographs

Photographs taken by Ray Whelan, a volunteer at the Wellington Emergency Management Office, during the emergency response to the 4 September 2010 earthquake.

Last updated
9:27pm 31st October 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:18428

Contains 53 items


Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 01
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 01
A photograph of the earthquake damage to Asko Designs on Victoria Street. The brick wall on the right side and part of the front fa├žade have crumbled. Bricks and other rubble have fallen onto the footpath below. Wire fences and police tape have been placed around the building as a cordon.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 02
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 02
A photograph of the earthquake damage to Asko Designs on Victoria Street. The brick wall of the facade has crumbled, and the bricks have fallen to the pavement below, taking the awning with them. Wire fencing and police tape have been placed around the building as a cordon.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 03
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 03
A photograph of furniture outside Asko Designs on Victoria Street being placed in a shipping container.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 04
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 04
A photograph of an earthquake damaged building in the Christchurch central city. Some of the windows have broken and have been covered with plastic and tape.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 05
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 05
A photograph of masonry removed from Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore Streets.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 06
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 06
A photograph of the earthquake damage to Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore Streets. The brick walls of the gables have crumbled at the top, and wooden bracing has been placed against them to limit further damage.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 07
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 07
A photograph of broken masonry on the footpath in front of the Cranmer Courts, behind a cordon fence.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 08
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 08
A photograph of the ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square with the tower and spire still intact.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 09
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 09
A photograph of a police car parked outside the New Zealand Police kiosk in Cathedral Square. In the background, people are walking through Cathedral Square.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 10
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 10
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a building in the Christchurch central city. Some of the windows have been broken, and blinds are hanging out of them.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 11
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 11
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a building on the corner of Manchester Street and Struthers Lane. The front wall of the building has crumbled, exposing the rooms inside. One is covered in graffiti.
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 12
Ray Whelan WEMO Photograph 12
A photograph of a block of earthquake damaged shops on Manchester Street. The front brick wall of the closest shop has crumbled and the bricks have fallen onto the pavement below, taking the awning with them. Plastic fencing has been placed along the street as a cordon.