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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
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.
Four children, an adult and two bikes on the prefab estate at Willesden
Fred mending his car. Oakhill Road, Putney
Fred outside the prefab. Sixth Street, Pollards Hill
Fred, Gordon and Gene. Oakhill Road, Putney
Fred, Gordon and Kath in the prefab. Sixth Street, Pollards Hill
French Aircraft Carrier 'Dixmude' loading prefabs at Newport Docks, probably in 1946.
From Andrew’s book, Secret Newport.
Front garden, 170 Metchley Lane, Edgbaston
Garden, Roding Avenue, Barking
Geoff with cousin Maureen. 15 Bonchurch Road, Southampton
George and Denise Tilbury. 16 Roding Avenue, Barking, Essex
George Tilbury early 1960s. 16 Roding Avenue, Barking, Essex
Graham as a baby with his mum, 849 Ripple Road
Graham digging in the garden, 849 Ripple Road
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