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The Brake Farm estate, Plymouth
On a neighbour's front porch. Crownhill, Plymouth
On my 3rd birthday with my baby brother Michael. Crownhill, Plymouth
Interview with Gillian Midgley at her Swedish house in Pool-in-Wharfedale
Barbara Brewer transcription of interview at St Marks Hall, May 2016
Andree Jones and Pat Cutler transcription of interview, Avoncroft Museum, July 2016
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LCC mobile homes. Taken from the old Bishopsgate railway viaduct overlooking the old East London Line and Shoreditch station.
George Rennie with his two daughters Judy and Naomi. St Lawrence Road, Brixton
Bernard in the garden of his American prefab. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Bernard and his dad in the prefab garden. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Bernard on his bike in the prefab garden. 60 Harewood Road, Coventry
Video of John Green at Avoncroft Museum, July 2016
Linda's mum outside her prefab. 3 Baudwin Road, London SE6
Audio recording of John Green at Avoncroft Museum, July 2016. 1 of 2.
Melanie and family outside the prefab. Lowden Croft, South Yardley, Birmingham
Audio recording of John Green at Avoncroft Museum, July 2016. 2 of 2
British Concrete Federation huts, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire
All of us by the front lounge window c 1954/5. 6 Willow Lane, Wickford, Essex
Jo outside the prefabs on St Helens Gardens, London NW10
Portrait of John Green holding the BCF huts photo, Avoncroft Museum July 2016
George and four kids. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
Jim. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
Jim's mum and dad in the doorway of their prefab. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
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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