Alcester. Appears to be a temporary Post Office

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Date:1940 - 1949 (c.)

Description:Appears to be a temporary war time Post Office in Alcester Town Hall during World War II. 1940s


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Alcester.  Baptist Free Church
Alcester. Baptist Free Church

Henley Street, Baptist Free Church, with a group of children with pram, standing ...

Alcester.  A crowd of people with a British Tank
Alcester. A crowd of people with a British Tank

A large crowd around an old British tank, in Alcester, with perhaps a band and placards ...

Alcester.  Butter Street
Alcester. Butter Street

Shops in Butter Street, showing a woman pushing a pram and the Old butter market ...

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Donor ref:PH(N), 259/188, img: 6921 (3/6287)

Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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