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Festive update from the Prefab Museum!
Dear Prefab Lovers, 2016 is coming to its end and has been a fantastic prefab year: after years of prefabs commitment, ...
Filmed interview of Allen and Judith Sawkins at the Arcon Mk V prefab, Rural Life Centre, Farnham, July 2016
Floods as seen from front bedroom, Llandinam Crescent, Cardiff
Four toddlers sitting on a wall. Barnfield Road, St Mary Cray
Front garden, 170 Metchley Lane, Edgbaston
Front garden, Wiston Close, Whitehawk, Brighton
Garry Slater and his cousin Sandra, Marston Moretaine
Garry Slater and June, Marston Moretaine
Garry Slater in back garden, Marston Moretaine
Garry Slater in vegetable patch, Marston Moretaine
Garry Slater, Marston Moretaine
Granddad Eardley in our back garden in late 1940s. The Radleys, Sheldon
Group outside the prefab, Wiston Close, Whitehawk, Brighton
The Prefab Museum is a living history online museum about Britain’s post-war prefabs. Part of the Temporary Housing and Emergency ...
Ian and Trevor outside the prefab, 170 Metchley Lane, Edgbaston
John Mason with other men in front of an AIROH Prefab on the Wilson Avenue site, Whitehawk, Brighton in 1946.
John with his mother Phyllis crossing the wheat field. Dark Lane Estate, 4 Holbrook Avenue, North Wingfield
John's father, Ernest Quick, digging the back garden. Dark Lane Estate, 4 Holbrook Avenue, North Wingfield
Jon in his pram, Gatwick Green, Bishops Stortford
Jon in the prefab garden. Gatwick Green, Bishops Stortford
Jon outside the prefab. Gatwick Green, Bishops Stortford
Judith and Margaret. 5 Barcombe Close, Eastbourne
Judith. 5 Barcombe Close, Eastbourne
Judy Hewins and her sister in their prefab garden
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