Bomb damage to Lower Market, Exeter

Margaret Tomlinson, National Buildings Record1942-07

Historic England

Historic England
London, United Kingdom

Exeter's Lower Market was built in 1835-6 by Charles Fowler, who had earlier designed Covent Garden Market. During the Second World War, the building was gutted by fire following an air raid on 4 May 1942. The shell of the building stood until 1960 when it was demolished.

Historic England Archive BB42/01177


  • Title: Bomb damage to Lower Market, Exeter
  • Creator: Margaret Tomlinson, National Buildings Record
  • Date Created: 1942-07
  • Rights: Copyright Historic England Archive, Glass plate negative

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