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Bank Underground Railway Station
Bank Underground Railway Station showing the bridge erected by a party of Royal Engineers, after men of the Pioneer Corps had cleared away the debris. A high explosive bomb exploded in the booking hall, 11th January 1941. The casualties were approximately 57 killed, including one police constable, and 70 persons injured.
1941
London Metropolitan Archives
Cross and Tibbs Collection
Cross, Arthur; Tibbs, Fred
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21 cm
16 cm
M0019046CL
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