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Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 9:42 pm
by kiwi
SOUTHWARK PARK ROAD c1942 BLITZ.jpg
World War II, Bomb Damage, circa 1942, Southwark Park Road

Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:59 pm
by Fogbrain
kiwi wrote:This was taken in the playground of Fair Street School; the rear of Devon Mansions in the background. By Fogbrain.

For clarity - the identification of the location was by me - I didn't take the photo!

Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Sun May 28, 2017 9:49 am
by kiwi
Robot Plane Damage in WW2 in East Street Market England in 1944 X.jpg
Robot Plane ? Damage in WW2 in East Street Market England in 1944

Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:29 am
by kiwi
Family eating a meal outside the broken shell of Sayer Street School. Sayer Street was off New Kent Road near the railway bridge, it no longer exists.
Sayers St School,Elephant & Castle,1941-42.jpg
Sayers St School,Elephant & Castle,1941-42
1939 Housewives of Roupell Street, London, painting kerbs white to help night time traffic during WW II, near Waterloo X.jpg
1939 Housewives of Roupell Street, near Waterloo, painting kerbs white to help night time traffic during WW2

Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 5:35 am
by kiwi
Anderson Shelter in Stalham Street, off Southwark Park Road, near Slippers Place.c1940..jpg
Anderson Shelter in Stalham Street, off Southwark Park Road,near Slippers Place c 1940

Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:03 am
by kiwi
An air raid shelter in a tube warehouse on Stanworth Street, Bermondsey.jpg
An air raid shelter in a tube warehouse on Stanworth Street, Bermondsey.

Re: Living in the Blitz

Posted: Fri Jun 30, 2017 4:24 pm
by Gillian
I was wondering if there are any photos at all of Spa Mansions, please. Both my grandmother and father were born there and their first flat became inhabitable following bombing in October 1940. They moved to another part of the building but had barely moved in when they were bombed out again on 10 May 1941. They lost everything as there was no water for the fireman to put the fire out. I have a copy of the architects drawings but would dearly love to see a photo.