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Dad Harry and friend Andy who used to visit us when his ship ( the SS Tinto) berthed in Millwall Dock
Dave and Len with a view looking towards Richmond Avenue.
Dave, Ray's elder brother, and Ray outside 21 Sheen Grove, looking towards No.1 and No.2
East elevation looking across Tooke St to the backs of houses in Havannah St.
East elevation, the chair is near the open window of the kitchen, further windows are of the bathroom and separate toilet. Isle of Dogs
East side of our prefab, Andy, Uncle Dennis and my brother Tony about 1960. Tooke Street, London E14
Ector Road, Excalibur Estate, London, SE6
Eileen's dad Daniel Jolin, known as Joe, in front of Arcon prefab
Eileen's nan Amy Jolin, Eileen and her cousin Linda in the prefab garden, Lower Jackwood Close, Eltham
Eileen's sister Pat on her new bike in front of the prefab, Lower Jackwood Close, Eltham
Eisenhower Drive prefab estate.
Elevated view of prefabs, Isle of Dogs E14
Excalibur Estate, London, SE6
Four children, an adult and two bikes on the prefab estate at Willesden
Four teenage boys, one on a bike, in front of prefabss. Stewart Street, London E14
George and four kids. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
George and Pat Maslin with Paul on his first birthday. Berthon Street, Deptford, London SE8
George archives. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
George in car. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
George in garden with dog. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
George in the prefab kitchen Stewart Street, London E14
George laughing. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
George Rennie with his two daughters Judy and Naomi. St Lawrence Road, Brixton
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