|Tank Traps and Pillbox on the Greenway (author's photographs)|
|Ghost Sign in Hereford Street, Bow (author's photo)|
|Hackney Borough ARP Control Centre (author's photo)|
|Shelter entrance outside 322 Kingsland Road (author's photo)|
|Stretcher Fencing in Marlborough Lane, Charlton (author's photo)|
|Air Raid Shelter at Roundshaw (author's photo)|
|Sam hard at work uncovering the blast wall (author's photo)|
|The shelter at Wrythe Recreation Ground (author's photos)|
|ARP Wardens' Post at Mellows Park, Wallington (author's photo)|
|Woodcote Green Shelter Entrance (author's photo)|
All in all, combined with the visit to Kenley, it was a fascinating day of exploration only about an hour from my own home and thanks were due to Sam for giving up his time to show me his local wartime history.
Despite London being a vast city, there is still plenty of history, if not quite on one's doorstep, then certainly within a short distance of it. I shall be out and about again quite soon in my search for some more examples of our wartime past.