Clearing up and recycling bombed out buildings, Cheltenham Street, 1942

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The street has been cleaned up after the bombing of April 1942, the timbers and stones are neatly stacked beside the road, ready to be reused. The wall (with gate/door) opposite the end of the street runs up the side of the Green Park Tavern and the wooded horizon is Smallcombe.

IMAGE REFERENCE: 20674

CABINET ID: 312867

COLLECTION REFERENCE: Blitz negatives

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 35

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 20