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Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00706 Featured -45 Print

Bomb damage, Exeter BB42_00706

Exeter, Devon. A view looking east along the High Street from the roof of Deller's Cafe showing the burnt out Church of St Lawrence in the foreground. The Margaret Tomlinson negative register records that the damage visible in this photograph was the result of a German air raid on 4th May 1942

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Blitz, Destruction, Wartime, Ww2

No 1 Dix's Field, Exeter - before BB42_00611 Featured -45 Print

No 1 Dix's Field, Exeter - before BB42_00611

No 1 Dixa??s Field, Exeter, Devon, 1942. Pre-bomb damage. Photographed by Margaret Tomlinson (1905-??77) for the National Buildings Record. Silver gelatin glass plate negative. The elegant, Regency-style No 1 Dixa??s Field in Exeter, was recorded before and after a Baedeker bombing raid in 1942. Based in Devon, Margaret Tomlinson was an architect and architectural historian who was ideally placed to record threatened buildings in the cities of Exeter and Plymouth. She photographed for the National Buildings Record (NBR) from 1941 and also worked as a NBR investigator from 1943. After the war she was active in the revival of the Victoria History of the Counties of England and was a listing investigator with the Ministry of Town and Country Planning

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Vaults AA65_00065 Featured -45 Print

Vaults AA65_00065

Adelphi Terrace Vaults, London. Light flooding through apertures. The Adelphi Vaults were built in the 1770s by the Adam brothers. The vaults formed riverside warehousing, with a terrace of quality housing including the Royal Terrace (later the Adelphi Terrace) above. The construction of the Victorian Embankment removed its Thames frontage. Photographed by William A Clark in 1936

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