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Images Dated 24th June 2021

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Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: 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 imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: 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 imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: YMCA Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03363

YMCA Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03363
Y M C A Hostel, High Street, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. The front elevation of the YMCA Hostel at 2 High Street, photographed in 1942

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: 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 imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: The Great Hall Norwich, 1942 a42_03738

The Great Hall Norwich, 1942 a42_03738
The Great Hall, Oak Street, Norwich, Norfolk. The south elevation of The Great Hall at Flowerpot Yard showing bomb damage

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03385

The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03385
The Rookery, Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. The derelict east front of The Rookery. Once described as " The greatest ornament and addition to the town of Sutton"

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: High Street Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03367

High Street Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03367
High Street, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. The front elevation of 20-24 High Street, including the premises of Boots the Chemists

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: Bilston Street, Wolverhampton a42_03227

Bilston Street, Wolverhampton a42_03227
Bilston Street, Wolverhampton. The front elevation of 19 Bilston Street This building probably started life as a private town house in the late 17th or 18th century

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: Friar Street Worcester, 1942 a42_03580

Friar Street Worcester, 1942 a42_03580
Friar Street, Worcester. A view looking north west along Friar Street from The Greyfriars

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: New Street Worcester, 1942 a42_03571

New Street Worcester, 1942 a42_03571
New Street, Worcester. The exterior of 4 Corn Market and 30 New Street, part of King Charles House, viewed from Corn Market

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: The Exorcists House Kings Lynn, 1942 a42_03875

The Exorcists House Kings Lynn, 1942 a42_03875
The Exorcists House, Chapel Lane, Kings Lynn, West Norfolk. The Exorcists House viewed from the churchyard of St Nicholas Chapel

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: Burnham House Kings Lynn, 1942 a42_03803

Burnham House Kings Lynn, 1942 a42_03803
Burnham House, 11 - 13 Nelson Street, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. A man holding a ranging pole beside the carriage entrance of Burnham House at 11-13 Nelson Street

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: 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 imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: 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 imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: St Peters Wolverhampton, 1942 a42_03269

St Peters Wolverhampton, 1942 a42_03269
St Peters Collegiate Church, Lich Gates, Wolverhampton. St Peters Church viewed from the north west

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 a42_03222

Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 a42_03222
Market Hall, North Street, Wolverhampton. The west portico of the Market Hall in North Street. The Market Hall opened in 1853

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: Corn Exchange Worcester, 1942 a42_03678

Corn Exchange Worcester, 1942 a42_03678
Corn Exchange, Angel Street, Worcester. The entrance to the Corn Exchange adorned with advertisments and promotional posters

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: St Andrews Worcester, 1942 a42_03478

St Andrews Worcester, 1942 a42_03478
St Andrews Church, Deansway, Worcester viewed across the River Severn in April 1942. The medieval church of St Andrew was demolished in 1948/49 as it was believed to be structurally unstable

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: Tuesday Market Place Kings Lynn, 1942 a42_03871

Tuesday Market Place Kings Lynn, 1942 a42_03871
TUESDAY MARKET PLACE, KINGS LYNN, NORFOLK. A view looking west across Tuesday Market Place towards numbers 18 and 19

Background imageImages Dated 24th June 2021: 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


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