Rebekah Rogers's WEMO Photographs

Photographs taken by Rebekah Rogers, 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:19052

Contains 115 items


Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 049
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 049
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged house in Christchurch. The house has moved off its foundations and many of the walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the street in front. Messages such as "Clear" and "Danger keep out" have been spray-painted on the foundation wall.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 050
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 050
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged house in Christchurch. The house has moved off its foundations and many of the walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the street in front. Messages such as "Clear" and "Danger keep out" have been spray-painted on the foundation wall.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 051
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 051
A photograph of an earthquake-damaged house in Christchurch. The house has moved off its foundations and many of the walls have crumbled, the bricks spilling onto the street in front. Messages such as "Clear" and "Danger keep out" have been spray-painted on the foundation wall.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 052
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 052
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the corner of Woodham Road and Avonside Drive. There are large cracks in the road, and flooding and liquefaction. Wire fencing and road cones have been placed around parts of the road that are unsafe. Two signs reading, "Road closed" and, "No entry" can be seen at the entrance to Avonside Drive.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 053
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 053
A photograph of members of the New Zealand Army guarding a cordon near the intersection of Armagh Street and Rolleston Avenue.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 054
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 054
A photograph of a film crew recording outside the Christchurch Art Gallery on Montreal Street. The Art Gallery was used as the temporary headquarters for Civil Defence after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 055
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 055
A photograph of boxes of supplies inside the Christchurch Art Gallery on Montreal Street. The Art Gallery was used as the temporary headquarters for Civil Defence after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 056
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 056
A photograph of boxes and office supplies inside the Christchurch Art Gallery on Montreal Street. The Art Gallery was used as the temporary headquarters for Civil Defence after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 057
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 057
A photograph looking east down Worcester Street towards the Regent Theatre. The walls around the dome of the theatre have crumbled, exposing the inside.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 058
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 058
A photograph of emergency management personnel eating dinner in the restaurant of the Christchurch Art Gallery. The Art Gallery was used as the temporary headquarters for Civil Defence after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 059
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 059
A photograph of a make-shift toilet in the Christchurch Art Gallery. A sign behind it reads, "Portaloos Department. We know that 80,000 people need loos. We have 900-1800 available or coming, We don't need to be told people need loos. Thank you. We're number one with your number twos!". Signs below this read, "Toilet Occupied", "Toilet Vacant" and, "In Tray". The Art Gallery was used as the temporary headquarters for Civil Defence after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 060
Rebekah Rogers WEMO Photograph 060
A photograph of cracks running down Park Terrace. Road cones can be seen along the street, directing traffic over the safe parts of the road.