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"Loss and Remnants: Traces of History Captured in Photographs" St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082: A haunting reminder of the loss suffered during wartime

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080

St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080
St Giles Cripplegate, Fore Street, City of London. A view looking south-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Giles Cripplegate Church

Background imageLoss And Collection: Collingwood Street, Blackfriars CXP01_01_058

Collingwood Street, Blackfriars CXP01_01_058
COLLINGWOOD STREET, BLACKFRIARS, SOUTHWARK, GREATER LONDON. A view looking north-east along Collingwood Street, showing figures walking past weatherboarded cottages on the east side of the street

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking north-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090

St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090
St Giles Cripplegate, Fore Street, City of London. A view looking north-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Giles Cripplegate Church in the distance with St Mary Aldemanbury on the right

Background imageLoss And Collection: Park Row CXP01_01_129

Park Row CXP01_01_129
Park Row, Knightsbridge, City of Westminster, Greater London. A view looking north along the east terrace of Millss Buildings towards the terrace of houses on Park Row

Background imageLoss And Collection: Cumberland Market CXP01_01_128

Cumberland Market CXP01_01_128
CUMBERLAND MARKET, REGENTS PARK, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON. A view looking south-east across Cumberland Market towards a terrace of houses on the east side of the square, south of Edward Street

Background imageLoss And Collection: Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_075

Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_075
WHITEHALL GARDENS, WHITEHALL, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view of the remains of Whitehall Gardens seen during demolition with a cupola on the War Office building visible in

Background imageLoss And Collection: Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_091

Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_091
PEMBROKE HOUSE, WHITEHALL GARDENS, WHITEHALL, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view of the remains of Pembroke House at 7 Whitehall Gardens seen during demolition

Background imageLoss And Collection: Whitehall Gardens 1930s CXP01_01_043

Whitehall Gardens 1930s CXP01_01_043
WHITEHALL GARDENS, WHITEHALL, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. The front of Malmesbury House and the entrance lodge to Pembroke House at 7 Whitehall Gardens seen from the north-west

Background imageLoss And Collection: 1930s Portsmouth CXP01_01_039

1930s Portsmouth CXP01_01_039
HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH. Looking south-west along the south side of the High Street from the junction with Lombard Street

Background imageLoss And Collection: The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03385

The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42_03385
The Rookery, Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. The derelict east front of The Rookery. Once described as " The greatest ornament and addition to the town of Sutton"

Background imageLoss And Collection: Bilston Street, Wolverhampton a42_03227

Bilston Street, Wolverhampton a42_03227
Bilston Street, Wolverhampton. The front elevation of 19 Bilston Street This building probably started life as a private town house in the late 17th or 18th century

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Bartholomews Heigham, 1942 a42_03745

St Bartholomews Heigham, 1942 a42_03745
St Bartholomews Church, St Bartholomews Close, Heigham, Norwich, Norfolk. St Bartholomews Church viewed from the south showing bomb damage

Background imageLoss And Collection: Moundsley Hall a42_01049

Moundsley Hall a42_01049
Moundsley Hall, Walkers Heath Road, Wythall, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. The timber frame of a Tudor building rediscovered during the demolition of Moundsley Hall

Background imageLoss And Collection: Inner Temple Hall CXP01_01_154

Inner Temple Hall CXP01_01_154
INNER TEMPLE, HALL, TEMPLE, CITY OF LONDON. A view of the Inner Temple Hall from Pump Court showing the building lying in ruins after severe bomb damage

Background imageLoss And Collection: Cumberland Market CXP01_01_135

Cumberland Market CXP01_01_135
CUMBERLAND MARKET, REGENTS PARK, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON. A view looking north-east across Cumberland Market towards Edward Street and terraced houses and vacant shops on the east side of the square

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_087

St Pauls CXP01_01_087
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view looking north-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Pauls Cathedral with St Nicholas Cole Abbey on the left of

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_086

St Pauls CXP01_01_086
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view looking south-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards the Church of St Verdast-alias-Foster with St Pauls Cathedral beyond

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_085

St Pauls CXP01_01_085
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view from the north-east showing the dome of St Pauls Cathedral through a gap between buildings

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Pauls CXP01_01_084

St Pauls CXP01_01_084
St Pauls Cathedral, St Pauls Churchyard, City of London. A view looking south-west across a bomb damaged landscape towards the Church of St Verdast-alias-Foster with St Pauls Cathedral beyond

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_083

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_083
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking south-east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church, with a corner of Goldsmiths Hall just visible on the right

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_081

St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_081
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside, City of London. A view looking east across a bomb damaged landscape towards St Mary-le-Bow Church

Background imageLoss And Collection: Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_079

Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_079
WHITEHALL GARDENS, WHITEHALL, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view of the remains of Whitehall Gardens seen during demolition with a cupola on the War Office building visible in

Background imageLoss And Collection: Grays Inn CXP01_01_056

Grays Inn CXP01_01_056
GRAYs INN, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON. A view of Grays Inn from south-east in South Square, showing the arched entrance porch and hall to the left

Background imageLoss And Collection: Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_044

Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_044
LAMB BUILDING, CHURCH COURT, TEMPLE, CITY OF LONDON. The entrance to Lamb Building with a carved model of the Lamb of God in the pediment over the door

Background imageLoss And Collection: Hammersmith CXP01_01_048

Hammersmith CXP01_01_048
24-26 Queen Street, Hammersmith, Greater London. A view from the south-east showing 24-26 Queen Street with St Pauls Church behind

Background imageLoss And Collection: Cumberland Market CXP01_01_071

Cumberland Market CXP01_01_071
CUMBERLAND MARKET, REGENTS PARK, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON. A view looking south-east across Cumberland Market towards a terrace of houses on the east side of the square, south of Edward Street

Background imageLoss And Collection: Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_067

Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_067
LAMB BUILDING, CHURCH COURT, TEMPLE, CITY OF LONDON. The entrance to Lamb Building with a carved model of the Lamb of God in the pediment over the door

Background imageLoss And Collection: George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052

George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052
GEORGE HOTEL, HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH. The front of the George Hotel seen from the north-east with a man walking past the entrance

Background imageLoss And Collection: Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 a42_03222

Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 a42_03222
Market Hall, North Street, Wolverhampton. The west portico of the Market Hall in North Street. The Market Hall opened in 1853

Background imageLoss And Collection: St Andrews Worcester, 1942 a42_03478

St Andrews Worcester, 1942 a42_03478
St Andrews Church, Deansway, Worcester viewed across the River Severn in April 1942. The medieval church of St Andrew was demolished in 1948/49 as it was believed to be structurally unstable



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"Loss and Remnants: Traces of History Captured in Photographs" St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082: A haunting reminder of the loss suffered during wartime, this image captures the remnants of a once majestic church, now reduced to rubble. St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090: The crumbling walls and broken windows tell a story destruction, as this historic church stands as a silent witness to the ravages of time. Park Row CXP01_01_129: Amongst the ruins, nature reclaims its space, offering solace amidst the echoes of loss that resonate through these desolate streets. St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080: Once a vibrant place of worship, now only fragments remain; an evocative symbol of how even in loss there is beauty to be found. Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_075: As buildings crumble and memories fade away with each brick removed, we are reminded that progress often comes at the cost of irreplaceable losses. Collingwood Street, Blackfriars CXP01_01_058: Through shattered windows and dilapidated facades emerges an eerie beauty - a testament to resilience in times marked by profound loss. Whitehall Gardens 1930s CXP01-1-043: In this sepia-toned photograph from decades past, we catch glimpses into lives lived amidst both joy and sorrow - reminding us that loss is an inevitable part of our shared human experience. The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 a42-03385: Amidst war-torn landscapes lies hope for renewal; here stands The Rookery - scarred yet standing tall against all odds - embodying strength amidst immense loss. Bilston Street, Wolverhampton a42-03227.