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Anderson Shelter

A WW2 Anderson garden shelter. Picture c1939.
  Year: 1939 Upload Date: 9th November 2008
Ref No: RSC.1939.285 Location: N/A
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Comment by Eddie Robinson • 16-02-16 • 01.06 AM
Two things; One - We had an anderson shelter which was used extensively during the war. It has long since dismantled. I'm 77 and remember many installed around our home in Cheshunt; not far from Wathem Abbey. Two - I'm writing a book and wondered if you would let me permision to include this photo so people can see and understand why we used them..
Kind regards
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