image: A row of terraced Georgian houses stands in ruins, with the windows blown out. The end house has lost its front and side walls, and the remains of the interior are open to the street. In front of this row are the cellars and foundations of other houses either destroyed or demolished.
Drawn while the artist was a student at Hornsey College of Art.
Bomb site near London Wall. Charred and blackened remains of buildings, smell of decay and soot. Senseless destruction by
the hand of man - flagged paths leading nowhere, rambling bushes, weeds and ferns, smashed glass, hammerings and all sounds familiar to
demolition, modern box shaped ... rise from this devastated area.
Submarines played a key role in operations throughout the Cold War. Commodore Frederic Thompson, kept himself and his crewmates entertained, by creating ‘radio’ programmes, which were then broadcast over the submarine’s internal speakers.