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Manchester Blitz (Piccadilly), 1940

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum

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The view shows Piccadilly, in the centre of Manchester, at the height of the 'Christmas Blitz', 22–24 December 1940. Several warehouses have been set ablaze by German incendiary bombs and firefighters are trying to contain the fires. For two consecutive nights Manchester was the target for severe air raids which caused major destruction across the city, as well as in the neighbouring towns of Salford and Stretford.

Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum

Rochdale

  • Date

    1971

  • Medium

    oil on board

  • Measurements

    43 x 90 cm

  • Accession number

    P94

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Maclure Road Wilmslow Road, Rochdale, Greater Manchester OL11 1DN England

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