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- St Paul's Cathedral, City of London
- City of London, London, England, UK
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(art) Made by: Golding, William A 1940
Art.IWM ART LD 6062
image: fire crews and Air Raid Wardens work within a series of bomb damaged buildings in the City of London, with various fire engines, vehicles and hoses scattering the scene. The huge intact dome of St Paul's Cathedral looms up in the background,...
(art) Made by: Flanders, Dennis 1942
Art.IWM ART LD 2214
image: A view of St Pauls Cathedral, surrounded by bomb-damaged houses. In the foreground there is a large empty area which has been cleared of rubble and has several neat piles of corrugated metal arranged around it. There are several men working with...
(art) Made by: Uden, Ernest Boye 1941
Art.IWM ART LD 6716
image: a view along the bomb damaged Cannon Street in the City of London, with two pairs of firemen directing hoses at a burning building after an air raid. The street is littered with smouldering rubble and the dome of St Paul's Cathedral is...
(art) Made by: Uden, Ernest Boye 1941-05-04
Art.IWM ART LD 1357
image: a view of the interior of St Mary-le-Bow church, which is badly damaged and roofless as a result of bombing with debris on the floor. St Paul's Cathedral is visible in the background through the main window.
(art) Made by: Piper, John 1942
Art.IWM ART 16488
image: a street of classical facades with a section blown out in the centre. Through this gap there is a view to St Paul's Cathedral over an area of blitzed buildings. Above St Paul's the words 'THE BELLS GO DOWN' are superimposed...
(art) Made by: Merritt, Henry Samuel
Art.IWM ART LD 1509
image: the image is framed by piles of rubble and girders in the foreground. St Nicholas Cole Abbey can be seen on the left, bomb-damaged with the windows blown out. It is surrounded by the ruins of bombed buildings, with the dome of St Paul's...
(art) Made by: Puller, Louisa
Art.IWM ART LD 1692
image: a view across cleared bombsites and ruins in London with St Pauls on the far right of the sky line.
(art) Made by: Gray, Joseph 1940
Art.IWM ART 15672 3
image: a view from the south bank of the River Thames towards St Paul's Cathedral and the City of London, which is shrouded in smoke as a result of German air raids. Blackfriars bridge and part of the Thames is visible in the foreground.
Civil Defence Day - 15th November 1942 : At the south door of St Paul's Cathedral. The march past of representatives of all Civil Defence Services.
(art) Made by: Clause, William Lionel 1942
Art.IWM ART LD 2864
image: a column of men and women in uniform of the various civil defence units marches past a group of senior figures and notables, who stand under an awning outside the southern entrance of St Paul's Cathedral in London. A few barrage balloons are...
(art) Made by: Quarmby, George F 1941
Art.IWM ART LD 2405
image: a sunbeam shines down onto a pile of wood and rubble in a corner of St Paul's. Two figures survey the damage in the background.