The Anderson shelter was designed in 1938. It was named after Sir John Anderson, the man responsible for preparing Britain to withstand German air raids. Anderson shelters were designed for 6 people.
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Anderson Shelter at the BCLM 1940s Weekend
An air raid shelter in a garden in Birmingham UK. Used in WW 2
This way to the Air Raid Shelter ~ London Underground - not my London thank God, but my poor mother and her family (along with thousands of others) had to sleep there.
My Spring Fling 2009 entry is a WWII English Anderson (bomb) shelter in a suburban garden with a British Resistance Operational Base hidden underneath.The V...
A woman in Clapham (south London) waters vegetables planted on the roof of her Anderson shelter in the garden.
Anderson shelters World War 2 classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox
Anderson shelter in Chatsworth Castle Park, UK. Air-raid shelter made in WWII in UK. 6 people can live in it. The structure is made to deform. Low cost shelter. Biggest problem: cold and flood
Primaryart123: WW2 Art Anderson shelter models . Primary school art lesson. Carries war