Bomb Damage from St. Paul's Cathedral looking East: 1941
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40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 22cm

Bomb Damage from St. Paul's Cathedral looking East: 1941

Arthur Cross

© Museum of London/By Kind Permission of The Commissioner of the City of London Police

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Bomb Damage from St. Paul's Cathedral looking East. This photo was taken from the Golden Gallery of St Paul's Cathedral in the aftermath of the Blitz. The view to the east includes Queen Victoria Street, Cannon Street railway station, Friday Street and Bread Street. The two churches featured were both heavily damaged in the attacks. Only the tower remained of St Augustine's Church on Watling Street. The bells of St Mary-le-Bow on Cheapside had crashed to the ground. Police Constables Arthur Cross and Fred Tibbs photographed the scene that surrounded St Paul's. Almost alone, the cathedral remained intact.
 

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Date

1941 AD - 1941 AD
 

Image Number

004363
 

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