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Bomb damage to Chapter House, St Paul's Churchyard
Bomb damage to Chapter House, St Paul's Churchyard
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Bomb damage to Chapter House, St Paul's Churchyard
View from St Paul's Churchyard, City of London, looking north east. Front elevations of Chapter House which is derelict, due to World War 2 bomb damage. The roof is clearly missing, as are all of the windows. Some damage can be seen internaly through the window openings. The advertising sign for Lloyds Bank is still on the side of the building. A pile of rubble can be seen outside the building just to the left of what would have been the front door. Part of the front elevations of the adjacent buildings can also be seen which appear to have included a branch of Dolcis shoe shop.
1941
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
photograph
SC_PHL_01_023_78_5997
F0018
Approximate