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Sisters Andree Jones and Pat Cutler in their UK100 prefab's garden, Birmingham, 50s
AIROH erected in Brighton. Caption of PRM.00023
Filmed interview of Allen and Judith Sawkins at the Arcon Mk V prefab, Rural Life Centre, Farnham, July 2016
Andree Jones and Pat Cutler's recorded interview about living in a UK100 prefab in the 50s in Birmingham
Mrs and Mrs Kapitan with their two children in front of their Ipswich prefab
Rosemary and Alan Brine
Floorplan of a central entrance prefab
Family group at christening
Interior of St Mark's Church, the "Prefab Church"
Alan Brine as a young boy
A Brine family baby being baptised at St Mark's Church, nicknamed "The Prefab Church"
Rosemary Brine in the prefab garden with dog and car in the background
Photograph of a man and a woman, probably Alan's mum, from the Brine family in front of St Mark's Church, the "Prefab Church"
Brine family group outside 3 Meliot Road, SE6
Samuel and Elsie Knight in front of their American prefab in Fox Hollies Road, Birmingham, circa 1958
Uncle George Brine with Alan in the garden of 3 Meliot Road, SE6
Allen and Judith Sawkins' family prefab in Farnham, Surrey, 50s
Eileen's dad Daniel Jolin, known as Joe, in front of Arcon prefab
Coronation party, Lower Jackwood Close, Eltham
Small boy in Native American fancy dress, Lower Jackwood Close, Eltham
Barry Clare with Ann Reeves (who later became Mrs. Ann Clare). Picture in 17 Meliot Road.
Eileen's sister Pat on her new bike in front of the prefab, Lower Jackwood Close, Eltham
Eileen's nan Amy Jolin, Eileen and her cousin Linda in the prefab garden, Lower Jackwood Close, Eltham
Jimmy O’Mahony and Barry Clare in the garden of 17 Meliot Road. Jimmy was the son of Eddie O’Mahony.
Children’s birthday party in the prefab, Gatwick Green, Bishops Stortford
Wow such memories of childhood I lived just around the corner .. Audrey (Haworth) back then ..
Where I lived when I was a kid, a poem about prefab childhood by Paul Kennedy
Great poem it sums up what a friendly place it was to live as a child and a teenager, I...
Terence, his mother and cousin Patricia from Blyth Northumberland, outside the prefab, Dartmouth Park Hill, London NW5
Me my mother and cousin Patricia from Blyth Northumberland.
Terence’s next door neighbour John standing by the hedge in his prefab garden, Dartmouth Park Hill, London NW5
That's John my nextdoor neighbor
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