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WWII Bomb Shelter Sign @ Ladywell Railway Bridge

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Published June 2nd 2012
During the second world war numerous temporary bomb shelters were created around London to provide safe places during bombing raids.

This sign is on the Ladywell railway bridge, still visible more than 70 years later.
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I would really want to know more information about the bombardment in Ladywell. eg- What year, how long did it take to rebuilt ect.
by heehe (score: 0|8) 2072 days ago
As a young lass I lived in a house in UK which had its own bomb shelter :-S
We used it as a cubby house occasionally but it was so dark it was a bit creepy. Perfect place to store the coffin belonging to our favourite vampire.
by gilli (score: 2|134) 2251 days ago
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