Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by raf, Jul 12, 2006.
Look through the thread you will see many myself and other members have posted
Do you know when the damage to the police station occured?
Household Cavalry War Memorial,Hyde Park London
Bomb Damage,Horse Guards Parade,London
From the now extended Platform 1 of Charing Cross Station you can still see the damage done to Hungerford Bridge where it was hit by an unexploded parachute mine that went on to weld itself to the live rail.
St Thomas Church, Bath Row/Lee Bank, central Birmingham (2019 plus views past too).
Bombed during the night of December 11th/12th 1940.
Kind regards, always,
Not a great one for preserving every brick & piece of twisted metal - life moves on - but this is possibly a little different.
Given that facadism is all the architectural rage these days - it ought to be possible to preserve the face and still build the extension.
Eleanor Street ,Bow.east London
Thank you. Theres quite a lot out there still; St Paul's Cathedral, Southwark railway arch, V&A Museum, the Ritz, St Barts Hospital, Southwark Cathedral to name a few. One from Barts and a different slant on it. A German plane's bullet hole in Queen Victoria's statue St Leonard's on Sea
Sorry just worked out you have add images singularly
Bow Cemetery (Tower Hamlets Cemetery)was badly bombed during WW2 near the main railway and close to the gasworks.
Bomb splinter damage, Edward VII statue Pier Head and the Albert Dock, Liverpool.
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