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1940's Living Room - we had this type of mantle clock and the singer sewing machine - during and after the war (and the velvet table cloth)

1940's Living Room - we had this type of mantle clock and the singer sewing machine - during and after the war (and the velvet table cloth)

Nature calls: The original lavatory is in an old outhouse in the garden, and if you have an air raid shelter you've just got to have a gasmask ready for use - Ben keeps it in the hallway

Nature calls: The original lavatory is in an old outhouse in the garden, and if you have an air raid shelter you've just got to have a gasmask ready for use - Ben keeps it in the hallway

Nature calls: The original lavatory is in an old outhouse in the garden, and if you have an air raid shelter you've just got to have a gasmask ready for use - Ben keeps it in the hallway

Nature calls: The original lavatory is in an old outhouse in the garden, and if you have an air raid shelter you've just got to have a gasmask ready for use - Ben keeps it in the hallway

"more 1940s loveliness- what I often love about these 1940s museum interiors is that they're so humble and down to earth- slightly messy, cobbled together, simple."   what she said.

"more 1940s loveliness- what I often love about these 1940s museum interiors is that they're so humble and down to earth- slightly messy, cobbled together, simple." what she said.