Skip to content
Celebrating Britain’s post-war prefabs and their residents
You are here:
David outside the prefab. Beecher Drive, Halesowen
David. Beecher Drive, Halesowen
My father , Frederick Hemmings ,was a Warrant Officer in the Royal Army Service Corps and discharged from the British Army ...
Denise and her mum and dad outside the prefab. Oakwood Hill, Loughton, Essex
Denise and Yvonne Tilbury. 16 Roding Avenue, Barking, Essex
Denise Tilbury. 16 Roding Avenue, Barking, Essex
Denise with her dolly and tricycle. Oakwood Hill, Loughton, Essex
Derek Tilbury. 16 Roding Avenue, Barking, Essex
Prefabs were spacious and well designed with modern conveniences; a fitted kitchen with refrigerator, cooker and water boiler, fitted cupboards ...
Dog and child (unknown). 13 Mill Close, Ringmer
Doreen and Spot. Beecher Drive, Halesowen
Dynes Road shops looking west, Kemsing, Kent
Eddy's younger brother David and next door neighbour daughter Olive Stark. Rochester Close, London SE3
Eisenhower Drive prefab estate.
Elsie knitting in the prefab garden. Sixth Street, Pollards Hill
Elsie, Ron and Jan. Sixth Street, Pollards Hill
Essex Square, Salisbury, Wiltshire
Keith emailed the Prefab Museum about the prefab he lived in, in Essex Square, Salisbury. I was one-and-a-half when we moved ...
Family around the table. Swallow Street, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
Finally, a place of their own! Wyke Gardens, Hanwell, London
First to Live in a Prefab
My mother and father lived at 250a Richmond Road, Hackney, London E.9 from 1944/45. I believe they must have been ...
Flanders Family. 7 Hind Grove, Poplar, E.14. Late 1940s.
Fore Street, Edmonton, London N18
Four children, an adult and two bikes on the prefab estate at Willesden
Fred mending his car. Oakhill Road, Putney
These are the most common keywords for the archive.
Temporary Housing Programme (373)
Arcon MkV (163)
View all keywords
Privacy and cookies
Content released under
Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0