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Celebrating Britain’s post-war prefabs and their residents
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Tarran prefab on Campsall Field Road, Wath Upon Dearne
Tarran Prefabs in Chestnut Drive and Pine Grove, Hereford
There are 12 Tarran prefabs remaining in Chestnut Drive and Pine Grove, Hereford. Three are unoccupied and, judging from the ...
Tarran Prefabs in Hereford
Five of the six Tarran prefabs in Eign Mill Road, Hereford, are currently unoccupied, awaiting demolition as part of a ...
Tarran prefabs in Highmore Street, Hereford
Five of the six remaining Tarran prefabs in Highmore Street, Hereford, are currently vacant. They are awaiting demolition as part ...
Tarran prefabs in St Hilda's Gardens, Whitby
Peter sent these images of a group of Tarrans in Whitby, North Yorkshire. Five remain of the original eight prefabs, ...
Tarran prototype, Exhibition, Tate Gallery 1944
The last Tarran prefabs standing on the Eckington estate
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 ...
This picture depicts some of the residents of 4 streets at the 1953 Coronation Street Party.
Three small children in the Kapitan prefab garden in Ipswich
Two bridesmaids outside Tarran prefab. Bolsover
Two small children in the prefab garden. Bolsover, Derbyshire
Welcome to the Prefab Museum
Prefabs were put up as a temporary solution to ease the housing crisis after the Second World War. The Temporary Housing Programme was unprecedented as the first, and probably the last, time that central government took control of the design, manufacture and supply of homes.
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