EPW021266 ENGLAND (1928). The cinema and environs, Dereham, 1928

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Details

Title [EPW021266] The cinema and environs, Dereham, 1928
Reference EPW021266
Date May-1928
Link
Place name DEREHAM
Parish DEREHAM
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 598875, 313312
Longitude / Latitude 0.94236381518361, 52.680596496934
National Grid Reference TF989133

Pins

The Nelson PH with Nelson Yard behind.

Sue Walker White
Thursday 24th of October 2013 02:35:18 AM
The Kings Arms Hotel

Sue Walker White
Thursday 24th of October 2013 02:29:38 AM
Studio of H. T. Cave, Artist & Photographer

Sue Walker White
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 11:30:02 PM
Ruin of cottage in White Lion Yard This area of Church Street suffered the most damage from the Zepperlin bombing raid of 8th Sept 1915, the cottage was never rebuilt. The postcard by H. T. Cave shows the dazed cottagers the morning after the raid.

Sue Walker White
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 11:02:52 PM
The White Lion Public House, which was badly damaged by the Zepperlin bombing raid of 8th September 1915. The building was demolished and a Inland Revenue Office was but on the site in Art Deco style, this has now closed. The postcard was produced by H. C. Cave who's studio can be seen a few houses up from the White Lion.

Sue Walker White
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 10:43:50 PM
The Crown Public House, now demolished

Sue Walker White
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 07:14:29 PM

User Comment Contributions

This detailed photograph gives a wonderful view of the south end of the market place and Church St in 1928. It is interesting that damage to buildings caused by the Zepperlin bombing of 1915 is still visible.

Sue Walker White
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 11:11:16 PM
Ruin of cottage in White Lion Yard

This area of Church Street suffered the most damage from the Zepperlin bombing raid of 8th Sept 1915, the cottage was never rebuilt. The postcard by H. T. Cave shows the dazed cottagers the morning after the raid.

Sue Walker White
Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 11:11:16 PM