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Fairfield Crescent, bomb damage

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CLIC Fairfield 1
Fairfield Crescent, bomb damage
3rd September 1942. View shows the back garden of a house with extensive bomb damage, addressed as number 110 Fairfield Crescent. There is an Anderson shelter in front of a wooden fence. The fence is the boundary between numbers 110 and 112. The garden is full of rubble and the back wall of the house has been destroyed. In the background is part of Station Mount (numbering, from left to right,18, 16 and 14) and two blocks of back-to-back terraced homes in Nansen Place on the right, numbering, from left to right, 1,3 & 5 and 7 & 9.

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