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Celebrating Britain’s post-war prefabs and their residents
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1950 outside our prefab in Crownhill, Plymouth.
Me (right) and my friend John Dyer taken by a photographer who worked door-to-door. Notice my ragged coat, basically we ...
American prefabs at Houseland Road, Mottingham, London SE9
The prefabs Mottingham was once a small village largely surrounded by farmland. At the beginning of the 1930’s the London County ...
American UK100, Houseland Road, Mottingham SE9
Bernard and his dad in the prefab garden. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Bernard in his toy car, prefab garden. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Bernard in the garden of his American prefab. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Bernard on his bike in the prefab garden. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Caption of Sisters Andree Jones and Pat Cutler in their UK100 prefab's garden, Birmingham, 50s
Floor plan, UK100 prefab
The Prefab Museum is a living history online museum about Britain’s post-war prefabs. Part of the Temporary Housing and Emergency ...
In the toy car, Houseland Road, Mottingham SE9
Lassie in the field, Houseland Road, Mottingham, SE9
Mother and father of Andree Jones and Pat Cutler in their UK 100 prefab's garden, Birmingham, 50s
I lived in a prefab in Mottingham SE9 with my mother, father and 3 brothers. We lived 9 Nutton Road. ...
Pat Cutler and Andree Jones drawing of prefab garden
Pat Cutler and Andree Jones garden prize for prefab garden
Prefab memories on film
We have been able to capture, through the Heritage Lottery Fund project The Moving Prefab Museum and Archive, prefab memories ...
Samuel and Elsie Knight in front of their American prefab in Fox Hollies Road, Birmingham, circa 1958
Transportation of American prefabs 1944
Written memories of Pat Cutler and Andree Jones
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