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No 1 Dix's Field, Exeter - before BB42_00611 Featured -45 Print

No 1 Dix's Field, Exeter - before BB42_00611

No 1 Dixa??s Field, Exeter, Devon, 1942. Pre-bomb damage. Photographed by Margaret Tomlinson (1905-??77) for the National Buildings Record. Silver gelatin glass plate negative. The elegant, Regency-style No 1 Dixa??s Field in Exeter, was recorded before and after a Baedeker bombing raid in 1942. Based in Devon, Margaret Tomlinson was an architect and architectural historian who was ideally placed to record threatened buildings in the cities of Exeter and Plymouth. She photographed for the National Buildings Record (NBR) from 1941 and also worked as a NBR investigator from 1943. After the war she was active in the revival of the Victoria History of the Counties of England and was a listing investigator with the Ministry of Town and Country Planning

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Market Hall, Birmingham, 1941 AA42/00726 Featured -45 Print

Market Hall, Birmingham, 1941 AA42/00726

The High Street elevation of Market Hall showing damage caused by an incendiary attack. Bull Ring, Birmingham. Photographed by G B Mason for the National Buildings Record, 1941. The former Market Hall dated from the 1830s. It was destroyed during the Birmingham Blitz and remained as an empty shell until it was demolished in 1963 as part of the Bull Ring Centre development. This view shows the windows bricked up and the roof missing as a result of the incendiary devices dropped on the 25th August 1940

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Mercedes electric bus BL19992 Featured -45 Print

Mercedes electric bus BL19992

Cut out of a Mercedes electric bus. Electric powered vehicles were first developed in the mid 19th century, but were superceeded by the cheaper and more reliable internal combustion vehicles. The first motorised buses appeared in London in 1902. The Milnes-Daimler model was a popular and reliable bus and numbered around 600 on the streets of London by 1907. The Bedford Lemere daybook records Charles Dewynter Ltd, advertising agents, as clients for this photograph

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