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Grant Street, Lee Bank

 

Grant Street, Lee Bank

10 February 1941

Destruction in Grant Street, Lee Bank, caused by enemy action on 19th November 1940. 80 houses were demolished and 200 others badly damaged. Five people were killed and A.R.P. Warden Henry Pickering was awarded the B.E.M. for his devotion to duty. The photograph was taken on 10 February 1941. This devastation also affected Bell Barn Road and Great Colmore Street.

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Related Themes:
1939 - 1945 (World War II)
Bell Barn Road
Edgbaston
Grant Street
Great Colmore Street
Homefront
Lee Bank

Image creators: Warwickshire Photographic Survey (Creator)

Image courtesy of: Birmingham Libraries

Image Credits:

Donor Ref: ' Local Studies Dept - Wark Photo Survey WK-B11-5035  (60/8001)'
Source: Birmingham Libraries
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