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 49
Sonja Farmer Photograph 49
A photograph looking south down Colombo Street from the Avon River bridge. In the distance, the Copthorne Hotel and Forsyth Barr building can be seen. A collection of cranes are parked along the street.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 50
Sonja Farmer Photograph 50
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house in Christchurch. One of the side walls has crumbled, exposing the inside. Steel bracing is being used to hold up the ceiling inside.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 51
Sonja Farmer Photograph 51
A photograph of a line of army trucks parked on the side of a road in the Christchurch central city. A member of the New Zealand Army is tying a bundle of wood onto the roof of one of the trucks.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 52
Sonja Farmer Photograph 52
A photograph of two members of the New Zealand Army securing a bundle of wood onto the roof of a truck.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 53
Sonja Farmer Photograph 53
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the Loyal Benevolent Lodge on Canon Street. The top of the fa├žade has crumbled, and the bricks have fallen oto the ground, taking the awning with them. Plastic fencing has been placed around the building as a cordon.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 54
Sonja Farmer Photograph 54
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house in Christchurch. The outer-side wall has crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the ground and buckling the fence.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 55
Sonja Farmer Photograph 55
A photograph of members of the New Zealand Army demolishing a concrete block fence on a property in Christchurch.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 56
Sonja Farmer Photograph 56
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house in Christchurch. The side wall has crumbled, exposing the inside of the house.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 57
Sonja Farmer Photograph 57
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a house in Christchurch. The side wall has crumbled, exposing the inside of the house.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 58
Sonja Farmer Photograph 58
A photograph of a crack in the pavement of a residential street in Christchurch. The crack was caused by liquefaction erupting out of the soil underneath.
Sonja Farmer Photograph 59
Sonja Farmer Photograph 59
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the former St Albans Library on Colombo Street. Parts of the walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the pavement. Wire fencing has been placed around the building as a cordon.