A London bus after falling into a massive bomb crater in the center of Balham High Road, London, England, UK, Oct 15 1940.

Caption   A London bus after falling into a massive bomb crater in the center of Balham High Road, London, England, UK, Oct 15 1940. ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 9 Feb 2013
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1. Anonymous says:
16 Oct 2015 02:47:12 AM

I grew up in Balham during the mid forties/early fifties. This was about the only claim to fame the area had. The picture was really well known

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