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Bomb Damage Collection

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: The Great Hall Norwich, 1942 a42_03739

The Great Hall Norwich, 1942 a42_03739
The Great Hall, Oak Street, Norwich, Norfolk. The interior of a first floor room in The Great Hall at Flowerpot Yard showing bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Oak Street Norwich, 1942 a42_03736

Oak Street Norwich, 1942 a42_03736
Oak Street, Norwich, Norfolk. The houses at 110 to 98 Oak Street showing bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking north-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Charles Church Plymouth a57_00340

Charles Church Plymouth a57_00340
CHARLES CHURCH, CITY OF PLYMOUTH. Exterior view from the south-east showing the ruins of Charles Church, which was burned out by incendiary bombs in March 1941

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Pauls Square Birmingham aa42_00123

St Pauls Square Birmingham aa42_00123
38 St Pauls Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. The exterior of 38 St Pauls Square, the premises of Martin & Company, Brassfounders and Woodworkers, photographed in 1941

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00440

Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00440
Colonial Buildings, 7 Horsefair, Ladywood, Birmingham. The premises of the Birmingham Tube and Fittings Company Limited on the corner of Horsefair and Windmill Street

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Repairing Milbank Estate P_H00261_004

Repairing Milbank Estate P_H00261_004
Millbank Estate, Ruskin House, Herrick Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London. View from the north of Ruskin House on the Millbank Estate

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Repairing Milbank Estate P_H00261_001

Repairing Milbank Estate P_H00261_001
Millbank Estate, Ruskin House, Herrick Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London. An elevated view of Ruskin House on the Millbank Estate

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090

St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090
St Giles Cripplegate, Fore Street, City of London. A view looking north-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Giles Cripplegate Church in the distance with St Mary Aldemanbury on the right

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Rebuilding P_H00101_009

Rebuilding P_H00101_009
DOVER, KENT. A large group of Belgian labourers, working on behalf of the Ministry of Works and posing outside of reconstructed terraced housing, in Dover, Kent

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Cow Lane Coventry, 1941 a42_00357

Cow Lane Coventry, 1941 a42_00357
Baker Billing and Crows Charity School, Cow Lane, Coventry. The front elevation of Baker, Billing and Crows Charity School on Cow Lane showing the entrance to Pressings Limited Cow Lane Works

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Andrews Plymouth nbr_leica_v_23_03

St Andrews Plymouth nbr_leica_v_23_03
St Andrews Church, Catherine Street, Plymouth. Interior view of the south aisle of St Andrews Church, showing bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080

St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080
St Giles Cripplegate, Fore Street, City of London. A view looking south-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Giles Cripplegate Church

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Guildhall York, 1945 a45_05206

Guildhall York, 1945 a45_05206
Guildhall, York. Interior view of the Guildhall showing oak columns standing amid the ruins of steel scaffolding as a result of bomb damage during the Blitz

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Bartholomews Heigham, 1942 a42_03745

St Bartholomews Heigham, 1942 a42_03745
St Bartholomews Church, St Bartholomews Close, Heigham, Norwich, Norfolk. St Bartholomews Church viewed from the south showing bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Norfolk Iron Works Norwich, 1942 a42_03733

Norfolk Iron Works Norwich, 1942 a42_03733
Norfolk Iron Works, Coslany Street, Norwich. The front elevation of 24 Coslany Street showing bomb damage, with number 22 visible in the background

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Market Hall Birmingham, 1941 a42_00727

Market Hall Birmingham, 1941 a42_00727
Market Hall, Worcester Street, Bull Ring, Birmingham. Construction workers beside a traction engine inside the bombed out shell of the Market Hall. The former Market Hall dated from the 1830s

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Thomas Church Birminghma, 1941 a42_00588

St Thomas Church Birminghma, 1941 a42_00588
St Thomass Church, Bath Row, Lee Bank, Birmingham. The tower and portico of St Thomass Church viewed from the north showing bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Fleet Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00533

Fleet Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00533
5 - 5A Fleet Street, Coventry. The exterior of 5 and 5A Fleet Street, premises of H E Bass, Furrier and Simmons, Drapers. Evidence of damage caused by air raids can be seen to adjacent buildings

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00356

Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00356
Court 20, Little Park Street, Coventry. The exterior of numbers 5 and 6, Court 20, accessed between 92 and 93 Little Park Street, showing the roof covered by tarpaulin

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00353

Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00353
Court 16, Little Park Street, Coventry. The houses of Court 16 at the east side of Little Park Street showing damage caused by air raids

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Jordan Well Coventry, 1941 a42_00339

Jordan Well Coventry, 1941 a42_00339
20 - 21 Jordan Well, Coventry. The exterior of 20 and 21 Jordan Well, premises of L H Fearis Ltd. and Tom Pollard, showing damage to the upper storey windows

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: New Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00327

New Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00327
New Street, Coventry. The exterior of 30 New Street with a woman standing in the doorway of the house holding a baby and the windows boarded as a result of bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Johns Church, Deritend, 1942 a42_00201

St Johns Church, Deritend, 1942 a42_00201
St Johns Church, High Street Deritend, Deritend, Birmingham. The south elevation and tower of St Johns Church showing bomb damage. This building of 1735 replaced an earlier chapel of 1380

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Union Street Ladywood Birmingham, 1941 a42_00461

Union Street Ladywood Birmingham, 1941 a42_00461
Midland House, 27 - 30 Union Street, Ladywood, Birmingham. Midland House, the premises of Chamberlain King & Jones Limited, at 27-30 Union Street and 12 Union Passage, showing bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Annes Convent Deritend a42_00473

St Annes Convent Deritend a42_00473
St Annes Convent, Lowe Street, Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham. The exterior of St Annes Convent viewed from the east showing the pre Victorian building

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Royal Institute Museum a41_00129

Royal Institute Museum a41_00129
Royal Institute Museum, Albion Street, City of Kingston upon Hull. An exterior view of the Royal Institute Museum, built in 1852 by Cuthbert Brodrick and destroyed by the Hull blitz

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Repairing Wedmore Estate P_H00258_001

Repairing Wedmore Estate P_H00258_001
Wedmore Estate, Wessex Buildings, Wedmore Street, Holloway, Islington, Greater London. Builders working on the repair of war damaged London Council Council flats, at the Wedmore Estate

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Bricklayer P_H00261_003

Bricklayer P_H00261_003
Millbank Estate, Ruskin House, Herrick Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London. A bricklayer at work on the repair of Ruskin House on the Millbank Estate

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Repairing bomb damage P_H00252_004

Repairing bomb damage P_H00252_004
Millbank Estate, Erasmus Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London. Two workmen repairing bomb damage to London Council Council (LCC) flats on the Millbank Estate

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Rebuilding Lambeth OP35458

Rebuilding Lambeth OP35458
St Johns Church, Waterloo Road, Lambeth, Greater London. Exterior view from the north-west of St Johns Church, showing the building surrounded by scaffolding during rebuilding following bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Roofless church a44_00568

Roofless church a44_00568
St Johns Church, Waterloo Road, Lambeth, Greater London. Interior view of the bomb damaged remains of St Johns Church, showing the east end, June 1941

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: The Crescent Plymouth nbr_leica_vi_34_21

The Crescent Plymouth nbr_leica_vi_34_21
The Crescent, Plymouth. A view from the east showing bomb damage to 15 The Crescent

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Inner Temple Hall CXP01_01_154

Inner Temple Hall CXP01_01_154
INNER TEMPLE, HALL, TEMPLE, CITY OF LONDON. A view of the Inner Temple Hall from Pump Court showing the building lying in ruins after severe bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_087

St Pauls CXP01_01_087
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view looking north-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Pauls Cathedral with St Nicholas Cole Abbey on the left of

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_086

St Pauls CXP01_01_086
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view looking south-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards the Church of St Verdast-alias-Foster with St Pauls Cathedral beyond

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_085

St Pauls CXP01_01_085
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view from the north-east showing the dome of St Pauls Cathedral through a gap between buildings

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_084

St Pauls CXP01_01_084
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view looking south-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards the Church of St Verdast-alias-Foster with St Pauls Cathedral beyond

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_083

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_083
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking south-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church, with a corner of Goldsmiths Hall just visible on the right

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_081

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_081
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Benedicts Norwich, 1942 a42_03731

St Benedicts Norwich, 1942 a42_03731
St Benedicts Church, St Benedicts Street, Norwich, Norfolk. The north elevation of St Benedicts Church showing bomb damage following an air raid in January 1942

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Benedicts Norwich, 1942 a42_03730

St Benedicts Norwich, 1942 a42_03730
St Benedicts Church, St Benedicts Street, Norwich, Norfolk. The surviving tower of St Benedicts Church following an air raid in January 1942 which destroyed the body of the church

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: St Lukes Church Liverpool a63_07033

St Lukes Church Liverpool a63_07033
ST LUKES CHURCH, LEECE STREET, LIVERPOOL. A view from beneath the chancel arch looking west towards the tower in the bombed out ruins of St Lukes Church

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: County Hall Coventry, 1941 a42_00527

County Hall Coventry, 1941 a42_00527
County Hall, Cuckoo Lane, Coventry. County Hall viewed from Cuckoo Lane with the tower of Holy Trinity Church in the background. The former courthouse at County Hall opened in 1783

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Greyfriars Lane Coventry, 1941 a42_00358

Greyfriars Lane Coventry, 1941 a42_00358
27 - 28 Greyfriars Lane, Coventry. The front elevation of 27 and 28 Greyfriars Lane and the access to Court 6, showing evidence of bomb damage

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Cook Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00375

Cook Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00375
COOK STREET, COVENTRY. Exterior view showing bomb damaged cottages on Cook Street

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00351

Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00351
Little Park Street, Coventry. The exterior of 92 Little Park Street showing bomb damage to the facade and notices relating to rationing and air raids posted to the boards covering the broken windows

Background imageBomb Damage Collection: Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00350

Little Park Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00350
Little Park Street, Coventry. The exterior of 91 Little Park Street showing bomb damage to windows and the remains of 90 Little Park Street to the right of frame



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