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Background imageWwii Collection: St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00321

St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00321
St John the Baptists Church, Fleet Street, Bablake, Coventry. St John the Baptists Church viewed from the south east showing windows boarded as a result of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: Gosford Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00330

Gosford Street Coventry, 1941 a42_00330
35 - 36 Gosford Street, Coventry. The exterior of 35 and 36 Gosford Street. The building appears to show evidence of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: Christ Church Coventry 1941 a42_00288

Christ Church Coventry 1941 a42_00288
Christ Church, New Union Street, Coventry. A view looking north west across the nave and north aisle in Christ Church, showing the results of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: Christ Church Coventry 1941 a42_00285

Christ Church Coventry 1941 a42_00285
Christ Church, New Union Street, Coventry. A view looking east along the nave of Christ Church showing the results of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00320

St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00320
St John the Baptists Church, Fleet Street, Bablake, Coventry. The east end of St John the Baptists Church viewed from Corporation Street showing windows boarded as a result of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00318

St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00318
St John the Baptists Church, Fleet Street, Bablake, Coventry. The west end of St John the Baptists Church viewed from the north west showing windows boarded as a result of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00316

St Johns Bablake, 1941 a42_00316
St John the Baptists Church, Fleet Street, Bablake, Coventry. A view looking along the nave towards the font in St John the Baptists Church showing damage to the west window

Background imageWwii Collection: Waterloo Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00411

Waterloo Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00411
33 - 34 Waterloo Street, Birmingham. The exterior of Wellington House at 33 and 34 Waterloo Street with entrances to what could be an air raid shelter at ground level

Background imageWwii Collection: Corporation Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00402

Corporation Street Birmingham, 1941 a42_00402
Coleridge Chambers, 175 - 177 Corporation Street, Birmingham. Coleridge Chambers, home of the Ideal Benefit Society and Barclays Bank, at 175-177 Corporation Street

Background imageWwii Collection: Colmore Row Birmingham, 1941 a42_00432

Colmore Row Birmingham, 1941 a42_00432
COLMORE ROW, BIRMINGHAM. A view looking north west along Colmore Row from the junction of Church Street showing sandbags built up outside number 55 in the foreground

Background imageWwii Collection: Chapel House Deritend, 1941 a42_00470

Chapel House Deritend, 1941 a42_00470
Chapel House, Chapel House Street, Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham. The exterior of Chapel House showing broken windows, probably a result of bomb damage

Background imageWwii Collection: Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00441

Horsefair Birmingham, 1941 a42_00441
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 imageWwii Collection: St Annes School Deritend a42_00472

St Annes School Deritend a42_00472
St Annes School, Alcester Street, Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham. An old man seated outside St Annes School, Alcester Street

Background imageWwii Collection: Trinity House Chapel, 1941 a41_00073

Trinity House Chapel, 1941 a41_00073
Chapel at Hull Trinity House and Statue Outside East Front, Princes Dock Street, City of Kingston upon Hull. An exterior view of the east elevation of Trinity House Chapel



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