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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
George laughing. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
Jim's mum in the prefab garden. Excalibur Estate, London SE6
Phil Goude in the prefab kitchen 1950. Bants Crescent, Northampton
Outside the prefab, Homerton, London E9
Me and younger brother Shane at our side gate. Tooke Street, London E14
Elizabeth Crouchman. 5 Selwyn Road, St Pauls Cray
Patricia Groombridge. 5 Selwyn Road, St Pauls Cray
Mum Rose and her older sister Laili visiting us from the USA about 1960. The bombsite was never tidied up and remained full of rubble except a small portion next to the side of our prefab for the paddling pool and maybe a washing line. Tooke Street, London E14
Catherine Crouchman, mother of Cyril. 5 Selwyn Road, St Pauls Cray
Dad's new Morris Oxford parked outside our prefab at no. 4 Tooke St. London, E14
East elevation looking across Tooke St to the backs of houses in Havannah St.
Brother Tony and the bombsite of no 10 Tooke Street, London E14
Aylesbury. Arcon prefab
1957 Woodman Road, Chigwell
East elevation, the chair is near the open window of the kitchen, further windows are of the bathroom and separate toilet. Isle of Dogs
Rear of no. 4 Tooke St shortly after we moved in, in 1955. Dad soon had the garden tidied and the outside painted cream. The windows are of the two bedrooms.
3 Woodman Road Chigwell. Grange Hill County Primary School. Grange County Secondary
Portrait of Debra Baker at the open weekend 2017. 413 Wake Green Road, Moseley
Jeanette Anderson and Denise Anderson. Hollyhedge bungalows, Blackheath, London SE3
Two small children in the prefab garden. Bolsover, Derbyshire
Mum with her grandmother outside Tarran prefab. Bolsover, Derbyshire
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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