picture of air raid shelter being dug out - that we spent so many hours down during the second world war.......the pagoda has long gone but the bandstand is still there.
Hi Ally, what an interesting looking place that is. How unusual to see a pagoda. :o)Sandra xxx
Iam definatly coming down to Norfolk to look up all these places ,including the colmans mustard shop ................Jan xx
Pity the pagoda has gone, very interesting photo. Thanks for showing us. Jeannette.
very interesting Ally. I can remember that in the 1950's everyone was building underground bomb shelters for their families. My dad didn't do that but he instructed us what to do incase we were attacked here in Western Washingotn with all out militray bases in the area. He said in Europe during World War II one ofthe saddest things he saw were the way families were seperated. So we had a family pact that if we were attacted we would all head anyway we could for my aunt & uncles place in Yakima over in Eastern Washington. And there we could have been reunited. Linda
That's like the pagoda in Scarborough!
What's a pagoda?!!Is it the thing, there, the tall thing with the funny roof?Lol, I sound so blonde ;o)Sara x
Great old picture is the shelter still there. Love Joan
Interesting historical photo. mark
always something to share a memory with someone who lived through it.Jimmy
I enjoy learning new things. Thanks for sharing
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