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Celebrating Britain’s post-war prefabs and their residents
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SWEDISH POST-WAR PREFABRICATED HOUSES, a narrative by Neil Midgley
By the end of World War Two there was a severe shortage of housing in Britain. Under the Housing (Temporary ...
The Brake Farm estate, Plymouth
The history of Uni-Seco Structures - guest blog post
Our thanks to Paul Francis from the Airfield Research Group who contributed this report. Text and photographs copyright Paul Francis/ARG. Early ...
The last LCC Mobile Home in Head Street, Stepney
The Moving Prefab at Eden Camp - and an unexpected discovery!
Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum is located in Malton, North Yorkshire and is a fascinating place to visit. In use ...
The Moving Prefab Museum and Archive project
We invented the “Moving Prefab” concept after we lost – to a criminal fire – the physical Prefab Museum we ...
The Prefab Museum story
The Prefab Museum was inspired by photo-journalist Elisabeth Blanchet’s passion for and documentation of post-war prefabs and their residents in ...
Transcript of interview with David Malooley, Wake Green Road, 2016
Two girls one riding a tricycle. Essian Street, Stepney
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