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3 bedroom Arcon MkV, Eccles on Sea
Dave contacted the Prefab Museum in November 2019 to ask about an Arcon MkV prefab he intended to purchase. Dave ...
A day celebrating prefabs on the Excalibur Estate
The Excalibur Estate has always had a special place in our hearts. Jane and I have been working, photographing, filming, walking, ...
A prefab “entente cordiale”!
I was recently scouting for prefabs in Brittany with my friend Mickaël, the director of Mémoire de Soye – a ...
A prefab conversation in Tufnell Park
A lovely prefab conversation at the Lord Palmerston, Tufnell Park Three weeks ago, I met Catherine, Terence and Ben at the ...
A tribute to John De'Ath
We were sad to learn, from his granddaughter Lorraine, that John De’Ath was in hospital when we took a group ...
A tribute to Ted Carter, our friend and Excalibur prefab resident
Jane and I are very sad to hear that Excalibur Resident Ted Carter died at the end of last week. ...
Aerial map of post war prefabs where I was born. Shrublands, Shirley, Surrey
AIROH B2 prefabs in Lenham, Kent
Pat sent these delightful photos of the prefab he grew up in, in Douglas Road, Lenham, Kent. Many thanks to ...
AIROH erected in Brighton. Caption of PRM.00023
AIROH prefabs in Beattie Avenue, Hereford
The first stage of the demolition and replacement of the 41 AIROH prefabs in Beattie Avenue, Hereford, has begun. The ...
Alan with his grandmother Elizabeth Berriff in the garden of her prefab, Ascot Park, London
AW Hawksley Ltd and the factory at Brockworth - guest blog
We would like to thank Paul Francis from the Airfield Research Group for contributing this report. AW Hawksley Ltd and the ...
Barbara Brewer's memories of living in a prefab in Peckham, South London, just after WW2
Barry Clare with Ann Reeves (who later became Mrs. Ann Clare). Picture in 17 Meliot Road.
Besson Street, London SE14
This was our prefab in Besson Street, New Cross Gate, south east London. We moved in when they were new, ...
Bob Strudwick working on his scooter, taken from Mr and Mrs Marshalls prefab at No 6, Strattondale Street, Isle of Dogs, London 50s or 60s
Braintree & Bocking Prefabs (and Hutton) - guest blog post by Braintree historian Mike Bardell
Mike Bardell contacted the Prefab Museum by email on 10th October 2017. He had met someone who had been to ...
Brian and Garry Slater, Marston Moretaine
Brian Finley's memories of his family prefab in Alton, Hampshire
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