Scars Of War | Spitalfields Life

Damage at St Clement Dane’s in the Strand from 10th May 1941 when the church was gutted

Taking advantage of yesterday’s bright October sunshine, I set out for a walk across London with my camera to see what shrapnel and bomb damage I could find still visible from the last century. Much of the damage upon brick structures appears to have gone along with the walls, since most of what I discovered was upon stone buildings…

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7 thoughts on “Scars Of War | Spitalfields Life

  1. I think we should preserve this war damage, where practical, and perhaps put notices on the affected buildings for historical interest too. I personally find it amazing that we can still see damage in London, from as long ago as WW1.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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