Sonja Farmer's WEMO Photographs

Photographs taken by Sonka Farmer, 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:18442

Contains 59 items


Sonja Farmer Photograph 37
Sonja Farmer Photograph 37
A photograph of a sign in Sophie's Café on Papanui Road. The first line of the sign reads, "Yes toilet is outside and yes its not our fault".
Sonja Farmer Photograph 38
Sonja Farmer Photograph 38
A photograph of a camera crew filming outside the Knox Centre on Bealey Avenue.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 39
Sonja Farmer Photograph 39
A photograph of a camera crew filming outside the Knox Church on Bealey Avenue.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 40
Sonja Farmer Photograph 40
A photograph of volunteers from The Wellington Emergency Management Office standing near a pile of rubble on Bealey Avenue.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 41
Sonja Farmer Photograph 41
A photograph of two 'hope trees' on Bealey Avenue. These trees were set up for people to write notes messages of hope and attach to their branches.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 42
Sonja Farmer Photograph 42
A photograph of the rubble from a demolished building on Bealey Avenue. Tape has been slung over the entrance to the property and a portaloo can be seen to the left of the photograph. USAR codes have been spray-painted on the brick fence.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 43
Sonja Farmer Photograph 43
A photograph of a sticker on a truck. The sticker shows Sean Connery as James Bond, and reads, "Shaken not stirred".
Sonja Farmer Photograph 44
Sonja Farmer Photograph 44
A photograph of guests leaving the Eliza Manor Boutique Hotel on Bealey Avenue.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 45
Sonja Farmer Photograph 45
A photograph of emergency personnel entering a cordon on Montreal Street near the intersection with Bealey Avenue. The cordon has been set up with road cones and a "Road closed" sign. Two members of the New Zealand Army are guarding the cordon.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 46
Sonja Farmer Photograph 46
A photograph of Riverview Lodge on Cambridge Terrace. Some of the roof tiles have lifted and cordon tape has been draped across the entrance. USAR codes have been spray-painted in one window and a red sticker taped in another. The red sticker indicates that the building is unsafe to enter.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 47
Sonja Farmer Photograph 47
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the Bealey Denture Clinic. Many of the tiles on the roof have come loose and the tiles around the door have broken and fallen to the footpath.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 48
Sonja Farmer Photograph 48
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the entrance of the Bealey Denture Clinic. Tiles from the bottom of the building have broken and fallen to the footpath.