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Odbudowa Londynu po II wojnie światowej (20)

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London Blitz Sites - The high cellar walls of a bombed site often provide an admirable cricket ground . At Moorgate city business men remove their black jackets at lunchtime for an unconventional half - hour match on the cellar floor of a bombed building. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - A pair of women having a rest beside bomb damaged ruins of demolished buildings. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - FIVE YEARS AFTER ON LONDON'S BLITZED SITES - The gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites have not yet been cleared away . The maze of '' caves '' and '' hideouts '' form an exciting playground for London children who have no other recreation spaces . But these brick-and-mortar caverns are dangerous : many of the old cellars are full of water : tottering walls and staircases might fall at any moment , to turn the children's laughter into horror. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - The high cellar walls of a bombed site often provide an admirable cricket ground . At doorgate city business men remove their black jackets at lunchtime for an unconventional half - hour match on the cellar - floor of a bombed building. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - The longest advertisement hoarding in London stands on a bombed site near Piccadilly Circus , with a little flower garden at its foot . Owned by '' Windsmoor '' , it was lent to the Lord Mayor's National thanksgiving Appeal for this poster. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - FIVE YEARS ON LONDON'S BLITZED SITES - On Ludgate Hill , beneath St . Paul's cathedral , a firm of landscape garden have turned a bomb site into a charming garden , with paved walks , gold-fish streams , flower beds and flowering shrubs , as a striking advertisement of their work. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - Heals (Heal and Son) in the background. A group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - FIVE YEARS AFTER ON LONDON'S BLITZES SITES - Often amongst the rubble and the torn , empty houses , one comes across a sudden splash of colour , where some enlightened person has transformed an ugly scar into a refreshing flower garden . The London Gardens Society rewards such people with a certificate of Merit , but the sight of their handiwork must be sufficient reward. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - FIVE YEARS AFTER ON LONDON'S BLITZES SITES - Often amongst the rubble and the torn , empty houses , one comes across a sudden splash of colour , where some enlightened person has transformed an ugly - scar into a refreshing flower - garden . The London Gardens Society rewards such people with a certificate of Merit , but the sight of their handiwork must be sufficient reward. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - Many of Wren's beautiful churches have been restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches , here a stone mason is having a well deserved break as he sits down with some lunch. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - FIVE YEARS AFTYER ON LONDON'S BLITZES SITES - Many of Wren's beautiful churches have been restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches . Here the salvaged stone is being carried by two workmen and will be loaded onto a lorry. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - In the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral workmen are busy salvaging from the rubble of a blitzed church masonry which can be used elsewhere. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - In the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral workmen are busy salvaging from the rubble of a blitzed church masonry which can be used elsewhere. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - Many of Wren's beautiful churches have been restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches , here a stone mason is busy at work with his hand tools as a crowd gathers to watch. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - The high cellar walls of a bombed site often provide an admirable cricket ground . At doorgate city business men remove their black jackets at lunchtime for an unconventional half - hour match on the cellar - floor of a bombed building. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - Often amongst the rubble and the torn , empty houses , one comes across a sudden splash of colour , where some enlightened person has transformed an ugly - scar into a refreshing flower garden . The London Gardens Society rewards such people with a certificate of Merit , but the sight of their handiwork must be sufficient reward. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - Two women sitting on a window ledge looking out to debris and bomb damaged buildings. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - In the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral workmen are busy salvaging from the rubble of a blitzed church masonry which can be used elsewhere. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - An advertisement where a bomb damaged building once stood. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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London Blitz Sites - FIVE YEARS AFTYER ON LONDON'S BLITZES SITES - Many of Wren's beautiful churches have been restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches . Here the salvaged stone is loaded onto a lorry in the shadow of a partially damaged church for transport to the site of a brand new church. 1950. STUNNING retro pictures have revealed the rebuilding of London five years after the Blitz of World War Two. The incredible images show gaping cellars and foundations of many blitzed sites which had not yet been cleared away, beautiful churches that were being restored with the help of stone salvaged from the rubble of other churches and a refreshing flower garden that had been transformed from the rubble. Other striking shots show a group of children playing in the foundations of a demolished building, an unconventional cricket match taking place in the cellar of a bombed out building during lunchtime and workmen salvaging rubble of a blitzed church masonry in the shadow of St Paul???s Cathedral. The remarkable photographs offer an insight into just how long the rebuilding process took with these images shot in London in 1950, five years after the end of World War Two. Mediadrumimages / TopFoto
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