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War damages A company board in Fore street in London, 1946.

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A company board in Fore street in London, 1946.
War damages A company board in Fore street in London, 1946.
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War damages A company board in Fore street in London, 1946. Fore Street is a street in the City of London near the Barbican Centre. It runs from Wood Street to Fore Street Avenue and is joined by Moor Lane on its north side. The street was extensively damaged by German bombing during World War II and, following later development, nothing now remains of its original buildings. Fore Street was created outside (before) the London city walls, and thereby got its name. In 1654, a postern gate was built at the northern end of Aldermanbury or the larger Cripplegate and Fore Street soon became an important shopping street until the middle of the nineteenth century. Before bombing during the Second World War, the street extended from Redcross Street to Finsbury Pavement. Photo taken: 1946

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SizeText 7.1" x 7"

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