The ceiling of a fire-damaged area of Goodge Street deep-level shelter. Constructed between 1940 and 1942, as an air raid shelter, it was later used as a headquarters for General Eisenhower.AR. LO. GOODGE STREET LU. STATION DEEP SHELTER

Date:
24 May 1956
Location:
Goodge Street Deep-Level Shelter, Chenies Street, Bloomsbury, Camden, Greater London Authority, WC1
Reference:
P/G06188/015
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

Goodge Street deep-level shelter was damaged by fire on the 21st May 1956. These photographs appear to be recording the damage caused.

Content

This is part of the Sub Series: PSA01/04/G General; within the Series: PSA01/04 Negatives; within the Collection: PSA01 Property Services Agency

Rights

© Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Photographer: Property Services Agency (Psa)

Keywords

Second World War Air Raid Shelter, Second World War