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WW2 Bomb damage - Hardy Street


Re: WW2 Bomb damage - Hardy Street

Davethecobbler wrote:

Hi Dave, nice to see you posting.

That is an interesting pic you have shared with us, do you know where Hardy Street was.

A very good pic,, is that the cathedral in distance ,, horrific these pics what our rellies went through,, so much destruction,,, looks like the shelters have been hit as well ,, I wonder if any died in this pic,?,sad pic,,,,Jan x

Good Pic Dave.  Hardy Street off Upper Pitt Street. and as Jan says, within earshot of The Anglican Cathedral which can be seen still under construction.
Hardy Street used to run the full length from St James Street to the Duke Street end of Great Georges Street. It is now split into two sections , with the Centre section at Great Georges Square now being occupied by a small housing development. I think this pic is roughly where these modern houses now stand..... The air raid on Hardy Street during the Blitz was carried out on the Night/ morning of the 5th-6th May 1941

Thanks for that information about Hardy Street B.B.

Great info BB thanks so much ,,,Jan x

Good pic' Dave! Smile Forum Index -> Photographs
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