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This interactive map shows the locations of the bombs known to have fallen on the then Borough of Barnes. Each bomb or cluster of bombs is shown by a red dot (or red arrow for those off the map). The main source is the Chief Wardens Office Report of October 1944. Barnes Borough rates books provided information on damage to houses, as rates relief could be obtained when houses were uninhabitable. Additional information comes from personal sources and Society records. Click here for further details

bomb1

Stanton Road

25 August 1940; 0247

Harold & Elizabeth Aldridge died

16,18,20,19,21 razed. 25 houses damaged

First High Explosive in Barnes

                       [1]

bomb2

31-35 Denehurst Gdns

9 September 1940; 0401

No casualties

31/33/35 razed; 26,30-36 damaged;

20ft deep hole in road

                       [2]

bomb3

1-15 Leinster Ave

9 September 1940; 1802

No casualties

No.1 razed; No 3 uninhabitable

                       [3]

bomb4

Queens Rd

9 September 1940

No casualties

Unexploded

                       [4]

bomb5

121/123 Mortlake High St

15 September 1940; 0243

No casualties

Unexploded bomb penetrated Barnes Council House

Clearance Certificate 16.3.42

                       [5]

bomb6

Laurel Road

15 September 1940

No casualties

15/17 rates cut in '41-42; all OK by '45

12 Beverley Close garage partly razed

                       [6]

bomb7

Barnes Common

16 September 1940; 0232

No casualties

On Beverley Brook allotments

                       [7]

bomb8

18/20 Bellevue Rd

18 September 1940; 2246

W Gee, G Jones, B Northam died

2 injured. 18/20 razed

20 rebuilt 1947 (Plan 00499)

                       [8]

bomb9

Grove Rd

18 September 1940; 2250

No casualties

12-20 (even), 23-31 (odd) affected

Carmichael Court flats also affected

                       [9]

bomb10

Harrods Sports Ground

18 September 1940

No casualties

In SE corner close to Ferry Road

                       [10]

bomb11

32/34/36 Ferry Road

14 September 1940

No casualties

OK by '44-45

No details - too many bombs close together

                       [11]

bomb12

39/41/43 Ferry Road

16 November 1940; 0119

No casualties

No 43 and garage partly razed

                       [12]

bomb13

24/26 Parke Road

25 September 1940

2 sisters died ( M & P Theophilatos)- both ARP wardens

24/26 razed

                       [13]

bomb15

11 Lonsdale Rd

25 September 1940

No casualties

Damaged & empty. OK in1945

                       [15]

bomb16

46 Vicarage Rd

24 or 25 September 1940

No casualties

Unexploded bomb in garden

Nos.54/56 also razed - probably separate incident

                       [16]

bomb17

39-43 Clare Lawn Ave

24 September 1940

No casualties; a dog at No.41 died

39/41/43; 38/40 razed and rebuilt 1945-46

46 also razed

                       [17]

bomb18

Willow Av/Brookwood Av

25 September 1940; 2240

5 died at 7 and 8 Willow Ave

1-10 Willow Ave,1-20 +evens to 42 Brookwood razed

Land mine

                       [18]

bomb19

Trinity Church Rd

25 September 1940; 2249

16 dead

Street surface air-raid shelter collapse

1,3,5,7 Trinity Church Rd razed; church damaged

                       [19]

bomb20

Barnes Common

28 September 1940

No casualties

On open land

                       [20]

bomb21

73-95 Grosvenor Ave

28 September 1940

No casualties

73-95 (odd) mostly damaged; also 65 damaged

                       [21]

bomb22

Kingsway/Lower Richmond Rd

28 September 1940

No casualties

1,3,33,35 razed; also No 70 around this time

                       [22]

bomb23

Rocks Lane

1 October 1940

No casualties

on Barnes Common

                       [23]

bomb24

48 Castlenau

2 October 1940

No casualties

Only minor damage

Possibly 42 also

                       [24]

bomb26

83 Richmond Park Rd

5 October 1940; 0015

28 injured (2 hits)

No.83 razed; rebuilt '45-46

Also 63-67 reduced rates from 24.10

                       [26]

bomb27

91 Richmond Park Rd

4 October 1940

No casualties

91-97 reduced rates from 4.10.40

                       [27]

bomb28

Fife Road

4 October 1940; 1436

No casualties

The Angles

                       [28]

bomb29

52-56 Barnes Ave

7 October 1940; 0057

No casualties

Rates lowered for 52-56 from Oct 1940

                       [29]

bomb30

Barnes High St

29 November 1940; 1922

No casualties

nr Seaforth Lodge. Gas main hit; flames 30ft high

                       [30]

bomb31

54/56 Richmond Park Rd

8 October 1940; 2205

C Henson died (WVS worker)

54/56 razed. 58, 64-76 reduced rates

                       [31]

bomb32

75-81 Richmond Park Rd

8 October 1940

No casualties

75,77,79,81 razed by 14.12.40

(Plan 08283 for rebuild 10.3.48)

                       [32]

bomb34

2 Methyr Terrace

10 October 1940; 2100

E Place died

No 2 razed; falling debris /gas meant

rescuers had to be rescued

                       [34]

bomb36

51/53 Castelton Mansions

10 October 1940; 2115

No casualties

                       [36]

bomb37

38/40 Kilmington Road

10 October 1940; 2122

No casualties

38/40 razed

32 upwards derated in '44-45

                       [37]

bomb38

114 Boileau Rd

10 October 1940; 2125

No casualties

Bombs both sides of the road

                       [38]

bomb39

12/14 Arundel Terrace

10 October 1940; 2139

No casualties

Woman rescued from bombed house

12/14 empty; rates allowance '40-41

                       [39]

bomb42

4,5 Langdon Place

11 October 1940; 2342

No casualties

                       [42]

bomb43

53 Lower Richmond Rd

11 October 1940; 2342

No casualties

55/58 Lower Richmond Rd & 2, 3 Rosemary Lane razed

58,58a (from 1.4.41) 59 also noted damaged

                       [43]

bomb44

Harrods Depository

12 October 1940; 1942

No casualties

                       [44]

bomb45

Barnes station

12 October 1940; 2112

1 dead; 7 injured

Info. from Mary Grimwade

                       [45]

bomb46

Railway Side/White Hart Lane

13 October 1940; 2121

Ellen Collyer died at No 99

97/99/101 White Hart Lane razed

Also unexploded bomb at 9 Railway Side

                       [46]

bomb47

South Worple Way

13 October 1940; 2124

No casualties

Isolation Hospital; rates reduced

Also bomb in grounds 29.11.40

                       [47]

bomb49

Eleanor Grove/White Hart Ln

13 October 1940; 2139

No casualties

117-153 White Hart Ln & many Eleanor Gr damaged

135/137/139 rebuilt (Plan 15246, 15.10.49)

                       [49]

bomb51

106-110 Elm Grove Road

14 October 1940; 2130

No casualties

Part razed. 102/104 & 6,11,12,22 Ranelagh Av damaged

                       [51]

bomb52

Belgrave Rd

15 October 1940; 0034

No casualties

9-12,14 razed; rest of road damaged

                       [52]

bomb53

Lonsdale/Verdun Rds

15 October 1940; 0052

No casualties

110-116 (even) Verdun & 113 Lonsdale damaged

                       [53]

bomb54

39 Parke Road

16 October 1940; 2015

No casualties

Only just built. Empty to 28.2.41

                       [54]

bomb55

6/8 Madrid Rd

16 October 1940; 2017

John Whelan died at No. 8

6/8 Madrid razed; adjacent houses damaged

Lower rates for 4-10; also for No. 1

                       [55]

bomb56

21 Castlenau

16 October 1940; 2020

No casualties

No. 15 razed; 1, 2-26 (even), 23-39 (odd) damaged

No.14 Council action report 5.41. Also bomb at No.35

                       [56]

bomb57

Ferry Road

16 October 1940; 2020

No casualties

50 & 56 Ferry Rd noted damaged

                       [57]

bomb58

Barnes Ave rec.

16 October 1940

No casualties

Also unexploded bomb 16.11.40; 0053

Recreation ground SW of road

                       [58]

bomb59

239-243 Lower Richmond Rd

19 October 1940; 1956

No casualties

239, 241, 243 razed. 245 damaged earlier (7.10.40)

                       [59]

bomb60

240 Sheen Lane

19 October 1940; 1958

No casualties

                       [60]

bomb61

75-83 Vicarage Rd

19 October 1940; 2020

No casualties

75-83 (odd) razed

                       [61]

bomb62

York Ave

19 October 1940; 2023

No casualties

No. 33 razed; 36 damaged

Also oil bomb in No. 40 (garden) on 9.10.40

                       [62]

bomb65

Lower Richmond Road

20 October 1940

No casualties

At Chertsey Court

                       [65]

bomb67

244 Sheen Lane

20 October 1940; 2026

No casualties

                       [67]

bomb68

35 Ullswater Rd

4 November 1940; 1953

No casualties

31/33/35 Ullswater damaged (next to Ferry Road)

Rates still low in '44-45

                       [68]

bomb69

46 Ullswater Road

4 November 1940; 1955

No casualties

Razed; rebuilt 45-46

                       [69]

bomb70

11 Barnes Ave

4 November 1940; 1955

No casualties

Damage to 1,5-15,23-27 (odd) but some due to later

bomb on N side. Most In use again by '44-45

                       [70]

bomb71

59 Stillingfleet Rd

4 November 1940; 1955

No casualties

53-67 (odd) affected;

Also No.14 had rates lower for one week

                       [71]

bomb73

Suffolk Rd/Ferry Rd

4 November 1940; 2009

No casualties

Up to No. 21 Suffolk damaged or razed

Close to 25.9.40 bomb

                       [73]

bomb74

65 Lilian Rd

4 November 1940; 2009

No casualties

No. 65 razed. 58-64 damaged

Fire bombs in Nov. set empty house on fire

                       [74]

bomb75

31 Lonsdale Rd (near)

4 November 1940; 2016

No casualties

No details. OK in 1945

                       [75]

bomb76

41/48 Ferry Road

4 November 1940; 2019

No casualties

No details - several bombs close together

OK by '44-45

                       [76]

bomb77

4 Parke Rd

4 November 1940; 2020

No casualties

In back garden near Berkeley Road gardens

                       [77]

bomb78

158 St Leonards Road

6 November 1940; 2013

George Wood (No. 140) died

158 demolished; 156 damaged, OK'45

103/9,168,196,202 'damage' separate fire bombs?

                       [78]

bomb79

Sheen Common

6 November 1940; 2015

No casualties

Four bombs; 150 yards North of Bog Gate; and

200 yards east of Broad Walk; two by the boundary wall

                       [79]

bomb83

Barnes Common

6 November 1940

No casualties

Mills houses

                       [83]

bomb84

Polo Grounds (off Rocks Lane)

6 November 1940

No casualties

East of Rocks Lane shelter

                       [84]

bomb85

108/110 Station Rd

6 November 1940; 2018

No casualties

110 Station Road partly razed

7 Beverley Road razed (?by this bomb)

                       [85]

bomb86

Sewerage Works

6 November 1940; 2142

No casualties

Richmond border at Kew

and/or on 29.9.40; 8.11.40 at 21.10; 12.11.40

                       [86]

bomb87

33 Berwyn Rd

7 November 1940; 1915

No casualties

On W side at junction with Orchard Rise

                       [87]

bomb88

509 Upper Richmond Rd

7 November 1940; 1915

No casualties

Hilliers portable buildings works

                       [88]

bomb89

11 Model Cottages

7 November 1940; 1916

No casualties

                       [89]

bomb90

32/34 Howgate Rd

7 November 1940; 1922

3 injured

32/34 Howgate Road razed by 14.12.40

Many other houses damaged

                       [90]

bomb91

Coval Rd

7 November 1940; 2034

No casualties

Mid-air explosion

                       [91]

bomb92

5 Orchard Rise (near)

7 November 1940; 2200

No casualties

House OK

                       [92]

bomb93

The Close

7 November 1940; 2212

No casualties

Nos. 3 & 8 noted damaged

empty 8.11.40 to 31.3.41 or more

                       [93]

bomb94

Sheen Court

7 November 1940; 2213

9 dead , 1 injured

Direct hit on air raid shelter off Sheen Court Road

                       [94]

bomb95

73 Lambert Avenue

7 November 1940; 2214

No casualties

Many houses damaged

                       [95]

bomb96

225 Lower Richmond Rd

7 November 1940; 2228

No casualties

Also 212-215 (laundry) out 19.9.40

OK by 21.12.40

                       [96]

bomb97

Bicester Rd/Manor Grove

7 November 1940; 0044

No casualties

                       [97]

bomb98

15 Howsman Rd

17 April 1941; 0245

J Cook (66 Verdun) died

250kg bomb in garden 30ft away; crater 20ft x 6ft deep

Bomb also 9.11.40. Most houses damaged; OK 1945

                       [98]

bomb99

29/31 Vicarage Rd

10 November 1940; 1030

No casualties

29,31 Vicarage Road razed by 14.12.40; 33 damaged

Semis rebuilt. Plan 10560 on 6.2.47

                       [99]

bomb100

near Merthyr Terrace

10 November 1940; 1883

No casualties

Middlesex Water Board filter bed

                       [100]

bomb101

2 -20 (even) Paynesfield Ave

10 November 1940; 1937

No casualties

Opposite Nos.2-20 (even) Paynesfield Av.

                       [101]

bomb102

7-13 Princes Road

10 November 1940; 1937

3 injured

7 & 9 razed by 14.12.44 (but No. 7 in use by 1945)

                       [102]

bomb103

48 Palewell Park

10 November 1940; 1940

No casualties

In road. Damage and gas leak

                       [103]

bomb104

57/59 Avondale Rd

10 November 1940; 1940

2 injured

House habitable except front room

Fell in front garden

                       [104]

bomb105

Mortlake High St

10 November 1940; 1940

No casualties

Council Thames Dock.

                       [105]

bomb106

267 Sheen Lane

10 November 1940; 1949

No casualties

                       [106]

bomb107

114-118 Palewell Park

10 November 1940; 2016

No casualties

116/118 razed ; Rev Squires says 112 (Congregational

Church house) 'damaged 3 times in 1940'

                       [107]

bomb108

Stonehill Road

10 November 1940; 2021

No casualties

"Stonehill" twixt No.17 & Sheen Lane

                       [108]

bomb109

Richmond Park

10 November 1940

No casualties

One of 297 bombs (+4 V1's and a V2) in Richmond Park

                       [109]

bomb110

Near Palewell Pond

10 November 1940; 2227

No casualties

Probably by the Pale Well

                       [110]

bomb111

27 Park Drive

10 November 1940; 2240

No casualties

In back garden. 22/24/26 & 21/23 damaged

Possibly this or separate incidents

                       [111]

bomb112

30 - 32 Beverley Road

12 November 1940; 1955

No casualties

30,31,32 Beverley Road razed; No. 28 partly razed

6 Brook Gardens also damaged;

                       [112]

bomb113

6 Orchard Rise (near)

16 November 1940; 0012

No casualties

House OK

                       [113]

bomb114

19 Orchard Rise

16 November 1940; 0012

Ethel Batchelor (40 Raleigh Rd) died

Razed

                       [114]

bomb115

60/62 Ferry Road

16 November 1940; 0015

No casualties

Local damage. OK by '44-45

                       [115]

bomb116

Lonsdale Rd area

16 November 1940; 0020

2 injured

Possibly near No. 105 (damaged in 1940)

                       [116]

bomb117

Beverley Path

No casualties

Demolished 15.2.41 - 4 houses nr Omes

Floral House; Willow Lodge; Brookwood

                       [117]

bomb118

2 Kentwode Green

16 November 1940; 0030

No casualties

No.2 Kentwode empty to 31.3.41. OK by '44-45

                       [118]

bomb119

31 Barnes Avenue

16 November 1940; 0033

No casualties

31/33 damaged; 35-49 (odd) minor damage

OK '41-42 except 31/33

                       [119]

bomb120

32/34 Barnes Avenue

16 November 1940; 0039

No casualties

Nos. 32/34 razed; No.40 also missing by 1945

Many damaged; however by '45 rates paid again

                       [120]

bomb121

48 Ferry Road

16 November 1940; 0044

No casualties

Second bomb! No details. OK by '44-45

First bomb near No. 56; 56 and 50 noted damaged

                       [121]

bomb123

67/69 Barnes Avenue

16 November 1940; 0109

No casualties

Razed. Many others damaged

                       [123]

bomb124

Suffolk Road

25 September 1940

No casualties

7-13 (odd),10,12 18,20 razed by this or 4.11.40 bomb

                       [124]

bomb125

67/69 Palmerston Rd

23 November 1940; 0334

No casualties

Damaged; also No. 63; rates lower to 31.3.41 or later

Firs Avenue and 192 Sheen Lane affected?

                       [125]

bomb126

Clifford Ave / Mortlake Road

23 November 1940; 0344

No casualties

Hammersmith Cemetery nr roundabout

                       [126]

bomb127

Firs Avenue

9 October 1940; 20.44

No casualties

Oil bomb. (earlier bomb 23.9.40 at 0403)

Nos 1-4 and Fir Tree Court damaged. Rebuilt 1945-6.

                       [127]

bomb128

Sheen Gate Gardens

23 November 1940; 0427

No casualties

At junction with Upper Richmond Rd

                       [128]

bomb129

Ormonde Rd

29 November 1940; 1900

H Grover, J Hurn died at No. 10

6-12 (even), 15, 19, 21,25 razed; 24 houses damaged

Herbert Grover (of No. 30) was an ARP Warden

                       [129]

bomb130

22-30 Carlton Rd

29 November 1940; 1900

M Cardwell (No.26); L & M Parker

(No.28), J & R Adams (No.34) died

22-30 (even) razed, rebuilt 1945-6. 38,42,48 damaged

                       [130]

bomb131

3/4 South Worple Way

29 November 1940; 1905

No casualties

                       [131]

bomb132

South Worple Way

29 November 1940; 1910

No casualties

Isolation Hospital grounds

                       [132]

bomb133

72/74 Upper Richmond Rd

29 November 1940; 1910

No casualties

No major damage

                       [133]

bomb134

13 Shottfield Ave

29 November 1940; 1915

No casualties

No major damage

                       [134]

bomb135

1 Railway Side

29 November 1940; 1915

No casualties

Rose Cottage & Nos. 1,2,4,5,7 Railway Side razed

No.1 rebuilt about 1980

                       [135]

bomb136

8/10/12 Cross St

29 November 1940;1915

No casualties

Terrace rebuilt as 8/10 only; extra storey

24 also damaged ; fire bomb?

                       [136]

bomb137

13 Elm Bank Gdns (East)

29 November 1940; 1915

No casualties

No major damage and OK in 44-45

                       [137]

bomb138

13 Burdenshott Ave

29 November 1940; 1918

No casualties

                       [138]

bomb139

Hertford/Sunbury Ave

29 November 1940; 1920

No casualties

44 Hertford Road rebuilt '45-46

                       [139]

bomb140

3/5 Somerton Ave

29 November 1940; 1920

No casualties

Direct hit on No.5. No. 3 & 5 rebuilt 1945-46

                       [140]

bomb141

25, 27, 29 Limes Ave

29 November 1940; 1922

No casualties

Nos. 25/27/29 razed. Rebuilt 1945-46

                       [141]

bomb142

67/69 Barnes High St

7 October 1940;2127

No casualties

Marchbanks Shop. 67/69 razed

                       [142]

bomb143

44 Gerard Rd

29 November 1940; 1923

F Jeffries (No.53) died - ?this bomb

Family in scullery unhurt

44 rebuilt 1946 (Plan 03156)

                       [143]

bomb144

Nassau Rd

29 November 1940; 1924

No casualties

Unexploded bomb. No 36 had rates lowered

                       [144]

bomb145

North Worple Way

29 November 1940; 1930

No casualties

Railway Cottages

                       [145]

bomb146

25-33 (odd) Palmerston Rd

29 November 1940;2013

No casualties

Nos. 25-33 (odd) razed. Rebuilt 1845-46

                       [146]

bomb147

38 Tangier Road

29 November 1940; 2022

No casualties

34 noted damaged

                       [147]

bomb148

15-21 (odd) York Ave

29 November 1940; 2050

No casualties

15-21 (odd) noted damaged

                       [148]

bomb149

Watney's Brewery

29 November 1940; 2358

No casualties

And another on 4.12.40. No details

                       [149]

bomb150

72 Castlenau

29 November 1940; 2250

No casualties

Only minor damage

                       [150]

bomb151

11 Kentwode Green

29 November 1940; 2255

No casualties

No. 11 empty for at least 4 months; OK by '44-45

                       [151]

bomb152

Ferry Lane towpath

29 November 1940; 2255

No casualties

Three bombs - one at Ferry Road end; the other two

50-100 yards to North

                       [152]

bomb153

66/68 Castlenau

29 November 1940; 2256

No casualties

No significant damage

                       [153]

bomb154

453 Upper Richmond Rd

29 November 1940; 2310

No casualties

Nos. 451/453 razed

                       [154]

bomb155

Suffolk Road

31 January 1941; 1920

No casualties

On recreation ground 30 ft from nearest house

15 houses damaged at Lonsdale end of road

                       [155]

bomb156

19 Parke Rd

31 January 1941; 1925

No casualties

50kg bomb, crater 15ft x 4ft deep

15ft from nearest house

                       [156]

bomb157

Barn Elms

31 January 1941; 1925

No casualties

50kg bomb, crater 12ft x 4ft deep

Between Barn Elms House and the river path

                       [157]

bomb158

16 Ferry Road

31 January 1941; 1937

No casualties

50 kg bomb, crater 15ft x 5ft deep

Portable garage razed; two houses damaged

                       [158]

bomb159

35 Castlenau

31 January 1941; 1937

No casualties

On pavement 10ft from house. Gas & water mains cut

6 houses minor damage but earlier bomb at No.21 also

                       [159]

bomb160

Lonsdale Garage, 42 Lonsdale

3 February 1941; 1150

No casualties

Bomb on pavement 38ft away but a building razed

                       [160]

bomb161

44/46 Lonsdale Rd

3 February 1941; 1150

No casualties

No. 44 razed bomb hit 1st Floor, exploded in basement

No.46 unusable - bomb in garden 27ft from house

                       [161]

bomb162

52 Lonsdale Rd

3 February 1941; 1150

No casualties

Razed. Two bombs, one in basement…

..one in back garden demolishing garden wall

                       [162]

bomb163

64 Lonsdale Rd

3 February 1941; 1150

No casualties

Razed. Back garden bomb. 3 other houses damaged

plus six from adjacent bombs

                       [163]

bomb164

Glentham Rd

3 February 1941; 1150

No casualties

Bomb in garden at rear of 20 Lilian Road

                       [164]

bomb173

6 Kew Meadow Path

8 March 1941; 2115

No casualties

Chrysler factory area

                       [173]

bomb177

Mortlake Road

8 March 1941; 2110

No casualties

Hammersmith Cemetery Lodge Gate; 2 bombs

                       [177]

bomb179

Kew Meadows Path

8 March 1941; 2115

No casualties

H E Stevens farm (4 bombs)

                       [179]

bomb180

41-47 White Hart Lane

10 May 1941; 0101

No casualties

250kg bomb. Crater 33ft x 12ft deep. 3 shops & many

houses danaged. 36in water main, gas main etc broken

                       [180]

bomb181

2-18 Barnes Ave

17 November 1940; 0325

No casualties

2-18 (even) Barnes Avenue council houses

shown as damaged in their records

                       [181]

bomb182

15 Howsman Rd

17 April 1941; 0328

Jane Cook (66 Verdun Rd) died

250kg bomb 30ft away in garden . 5-15 (odd) damaged

Gas and electricity mains fractured

                       [182]

bomb183

Lonsdale Filter Bed

17 May 1941; 0240

No casualties

Middlesex Water Board property

                       [183]

bomb184

49 Lonsdale Rd

16 May 1941; 1103

No casualties

Two 250kg bombs; craters 20rt x 6ft deep at No. 49/43

Damage to 45-53 (odd), wall of 44,filter -bed railings

                       [184]

bomb187

Lonsdale Rd area

5 Jan 1944; 0235

No casualties

On foreshore near moooring pylons

N of Lonsdale Road

                       [187]

bomb188

Priests Bridge

19 February 1944; 0116

No casualties

The Willoughbys; 2 large Edwardian houses;

Barnes Borough Treasury records lost

                       [188]

bomb189

White Hart Lane

19 February 1944; 0116

8 dead (Nos 126-142); 45 injured

Fitzgerald Rd junction; many houses damaged

Robert MacLean factory also destroyed by fire

                       [189]

bomb191

Hammersmith Bridge

20 February 1944; 1110

No casualties

Unexploded (under bridge)

                       [191]

bomb192

MWB No 6 reservoir

20 February 1944

No casualties

River side of Lonsdale Rd

                       [192]

bomb193

Clifford Ave

20 February 1944

No casualties

Hammersmith Cemetery (NE corner)

Unexploded bomb

                       [193]

bomb194

48-60 Ranelagh Gardens

20 February 1944;2215

L Higgins,W Morgan,A Wadlow died

all of No. 53. Nos. 52-55 razed

                       [194]

bomb200

Willow Ave

20 February 1944; 2300

No casualties

Omes factory noted damaged by 1945..

Area previously devastated

                       [200]

bomb201

Willow Ave (railway end)

20 February 1944

No casualties

Unexploded; on Omes Works rail siding

                       [201]

bomb202

46 Lillian Rd

20 February 1944; 2321

E F Wootton injured; died 5.5.44

No.46 Lillian Rd razed; rebuilt 45-46

There is no No. 45; empty space

                       [202]

bomb203

51/53 Enmore Gardens

24 February 1944; 2216

3 injured

Wrecked by bomb in garden; rebuilt 45-46

                       [203]

bomb204

1/3 Stonehill Close

24 February 1944; 2216

No casualties

                       [204]

bomb205

22-26 Clare Lawn Ave

24 February 1944; 2216

No casualties

22/24/26/35 razed.

20-24,38-50 (even) rebuilt 1945-46

                       [205]

bomb215

12 Ranelagh Gardens

15 October 1940

No casualties

Rates lowered for 6 months; OK in 1945

                       [215]

bomb217

17 Belgrave Rd

By 31 March 1941

No casualties

Part demolished by fire bomb

OK by '44-45

                       [217]

bomb218

27 Bellevue Rd

By 16 October 1940

No casualties

Fire-bomb damage. OK by1944

                       [218]

bomb221

35/37 Clavering Ave

1940-41

No casualties

Fire-bomb damage

OK within months

                       [221]

bomb222

13-27 Cleveland Rd

19 September 1940

No casualties

Bomb exploded when being defused

No. 21 rebuilt 1946 (Plan 01924)

                       [222]

bomb225

13-32 Everdon Road

11 November 1940

No casualties

Fire bombs; 13-27 & 16-32 (or more) damaged

rates allowance until at least 31.3.41

                       [225]

bomb226

Fitzgerald Ave

By October 1940

No casualties

Damage to 13a (garage) and 35a noted

                       [226]

bomb227

48-52 Glebe Rd

xx.xx.1944

No casualties

Laurel Road also affected….fire bombs?

                       [227]

bomb231

Lonsdale Rd

16 November 1940;0020

2 injured

Position unclear but No.105 damaged (1940)

                       [231]

bomb232

Queens Ride

15 February 1941

No casualties

3,4 razed; 6 partly razed

No.5 and Cressy House damaged

                       [232]

bomb233

Rectory Road

21 October 1940

No casualties

Nos. 6,10,12,22 noted damaged

                       [233]

bomb234

43-45 Ranelagh Gardens

26 September 1940

No casualties

Damage but OK in 1945

47-58 not rates assessed in 1945

                       [234]

bomb237

Station Rd

September 1940

No casualties

No.66 partly razed….fire bomb?

                       [237]

bomb238

5 Stonehill Close

24 September 1940

No casualties

Unexploded bomb. Rates cut (for 8 days!)

                       [238]

bomb239

7 & 13 The Terrace

By 8 November 1940

No casualties

Fire bombs (?); houses damaged

                       [239]

bomb251

10 Woodlands Road

By 30.11.40

No casualties

10 houses damaged and empty…fire-bombs?

                       [251]

bomb252

Warren Avenue

19 September 1940

No casualties

Nos. 33, 38, 39 damaged. Probably fire bombs.

                       [252]

bomb253

Stonehill Road

10 November 1940 ?; 1040

No casualties

Wall of 38 Enmore Gardens badly damaged

                       [253]

bomb1001

76-82 Lillian Road

3 February 1941; 1150

No casualties

Through roof and exploded in parlour of No.77

Then 2nd bomb. 76/77;81/82 razed. 22 houses damaged

                       [1001]

bomb1002

MWB site near Lilian Road

3 February 1941

No casualties

Middlesex Water Board property

6 bombs in row from river to Lilian Road

                       [1002]

bomb1004

6 Lyric Road

5 January 1944; 0235

No casualties

Two bombs at same time - one in road…

..one at back of No.6

                       [1004]

bomb1005

Towpath near Harrods

20.2.44 and 23.7.44

No casualties

23.7.44 was flying bomb at 00.55.

                       [1005]

bomb1006

Beverley Works

20 February 1944; 2215

No casualties

Two H.E. at same recorded time

                       [1006]

bomb1007

Rocks Lane

20.February 1944

No casualties

2 bombs on Barnes Common N of railway

Plus another 'in area'

                       [1007]

bomb1008

St Mary's Grove

24 February 1944

No casualties

2 bombs. Several houses damaged

No.5 rebuilt 1945-46

                       [1008]

bomb1009

Barnes Common

24 February 1944

No casualties

Wandsworth ARP area. 4 boimbs

                       [1009]

bomb1010

Treen Ave

1940 and 1944

No casualties

Damage ('40) 1, 3, 2-10, 28-30

('44) Damage to 5,7; also to Tudor Gardens 1, 8-22 (even)

                       [1010]

bomb1011

Westmorland Rd

5 Nov 1940 and 1944

No casualties

Damage to 5, 27, 43, 53, 56, 60 in 40-41

10 & 49 in '44-45; fire-bombs?

                       [1011]

bomb1012

Palewell Fields

2 & 9 October 1940

No casualties

No details

                       [1012]

bomb1013

37 Nowell Rd

10.10.2110 , 4 & 6 Nov.'40

2 dead in Nov

Three separate bomb incidents. No.37 rebuilt '45.

39-43 out of use, at least to 31.3.41; 45 briefly

                       [1013]

bomb1014

Watney's Sports Ground

11 October 1940; 2306

No casualties

Four bombs (out of stick of 7); also bomb 20.10.40

46 Watney Road damaged

                       [1014]

bomb1015

Palewell Common

11 & 14 October 1940

No casualties

Five bombs on 11th at 21.22, mainly on allotments

One bomb probably on 14th - no details

                       [1015]

bomb1018

27 Baronsmead/8 Ferry Road

13 October 1941

No casualties

Also 16.10.40. Nos. 17/19 Baronsmead part razed

27 noted damage 13.10.41

                       [1018]

bomb1019

Gipsy Lane

14 October 1940

No casualties

"Bedlesmere" damaged (fire bomb?)

Low rates for month

                       [1019]

bomb1020

99 Church Road, Barnes

Unknown date & time

No casualties

4 incendaries in garden

dealt with by Dr Hovenden (resident)

                       [1020]

bomb1021

31-35 Barnes High St

Unknown date & time

No casualties

Woods (31), the corn chandlers burned

                       [1021]

bomb1022

Christ Church, E Sheen

4 October 1940

No casualties

Severe incendiary bomb damage

Repairs only completed in 1952

                       [1022]

bomb1023

Sheen Common

28 June 1944; 0805

No casualties

Flying bomb; start of phase

                       [1023]

bomb1024

West Park Av/Kew Meds

12 September 1944; 0615

10 dead; 1 injured

V2 rocket on Chrysler Assembly Plant

6 houses razed; 12 damaged

                       [1024]

bomb1025

56-62 Palmerston Rd gardens

31 July 1944; 0010

F Horley, H Coles dead; 17 injured

Flying bomb in gardens. 52-68 (evens) rebuilt 45-46

"The Firs" in Sheen Lane razed 1947. Edgar Hall damage

                       [1025]

bomb1026

Glendower Rd/Verdun Road

3 August 1944; 0045

4 dead; 30 injured

V1 near Vernon Rd junc. 14/16 Church Av build 45-6

1-13 (odd), 2-8 (even) Glendower razed or damaged

                       [1026]

bomb1027

21-29 Cambridge Rd

3 August 1944; 0050

J Osbourne died; 10 injured

V1; also bomb damage to 1-20 (razed), 20-42 in 1940

Land of 13-33 (odd) compulsory buy in 1945. Rebuilds

                       [1027]

bomb1028

Clifford Ave rail bridge

18 September 1940; 2238

No casualties

Parachute mine; 25 empty for 2 weeks

Exploded during defusing next day

                       [1028]

bomb1029

1-9 Brookwood Ave

25 September 1940; 2237

A Meraldi died; 1 injured

Parachute mine+ bomb in 3 mins. Many houses razed

1-9 rebuilt 1946 with Willow Ave (Plan 00862)

                       [1029]

bomb1031

Barnes Common

6 September 1940

No casualties

one bomb near Mill Hill; two on open land

Also oil bomb on 9 Sept 40

                       [1031]

bomb1032

Cedars Road

20 October 1940; 0440

No casualties

Oil bomb. 8/10/12/16 razed. Many damaged

Noi. 8 rebuilt by 1945

                       [1032]

bomb1033

Sheen Court Road

24 September 1940

No casualties

Sheen Court. Oil bomb

                       [1033]

bomb1034

65 Washington Road

4 October 1940

No casualties

Oil bomb. Also 20-24 Verdun affected. Rates lower

No.46 also damaged….fire bomb?

                       [1034]

bomb1035

Barnes Green School

8 October 1940; 0109

No casualties

An oil bomb

                       [1035]

bomb1036

Firs Ave

9 October 1940; 2044

No casualties

Oil bomb. Nos 1-4 & Fir Tree Court damaged,

rebuilt 1945-46. Earlier bomb 23.09.40 at 04.03

                       [1036]

bomb1037

Westhay Gadens

9 October 1940; 2100

No casualties

Oil bomb

                       [1037]

bomb1038

Priests Bridge

13 October 1940; 2127

No casualties

Oil bomb close to Beverley Brook

                       [1038]

bomb1039

77 Lowther Rd

15 October 1940; 0053

No casualties

Oil bomb. No 77 damaged & empty for 9 months.

Rates paid after 15.7.41

                       [1039]

bomb1040

Beverley Rd

25 Sept & 4 Oct 1940

No casualties

Fire & Oil bombs All houses razed or damaged

Then 20.2.44 phos bomb at No.20 (dud)

                       [1040]

bomb1041

Cleveland Gardens

20 February 1944; 22.26

No casualties

Phosphorus bomb on Omes allotment

                       [1041]

bomb1042

Clifford Ave (cemetary)

19 February 1944; 0330

F Martin died

Two phosphorus bombs (one on cemetery cottage)

                       [1042]

bomb1043

Mortlake Brewery

24/25 September 1940

No casualties

Fire; 160 quarters of malt lost

Further damage week to 4.12.40 - no details

                       [1043]

bomb1044

Archway St

14 October 1940

No casualties

48/50/52 razed eventually

Also 6,22 damaged …...fire bombs?

                       [1044]

bomb2206

Richmond Park

24 February 1944; 2216

No casualties

Home Cottage.

Overall 297 H.E., 4 flying bombs, 1 rocket in park

                       [2206]

bomb2064

Sheen Cottage

20 October 1940; 0330

No casualties

Sheen Cottage, 150 yds E of E Sheen gate

                       [2064]

bomb1062

40 York Avenue

9 October 1940

No casualties

Oil bomb in garden

                       [1062]

bomb3002

Christ Church Road

1944

No casualties

Nos.8-26 (even) damaged; rebuilt 1945-46

                       [3002]

bomb3003

Graemsdyke Ave

19 September 1940

No casualties

Nos. 2,5,9 damaged….probably fire bombs

                       [3003]

bomb3004

Cromwell House

11 October 1940; 2340

No casualties

3 bombs. Slight damage to Cromwell House, Fairfax

House and Riverside House

                       [3004]

bomb3005

Mortlake High Street

Tapestry House damaged; demolished in 1953

                       [3005]

bomb3006

Stanton Road

24 February 1944

No casualties

On W side near bend in middle of road. No details

                       [3006]

bomb3007

Beverley Path

24 February 1944

C Gaston injured, died 22.7.44

Nos.1-16 Beverley Path; many houses in Cleveland Gardens damaged

including Nos. 65; 73-81 (odd); 82/98/100/102

                       [3007]

bomb3008

Cleveland Gardens

20 February 1944

No casualties

Omes works allotments

                       [3008]

bomb3009

Elm Grove Road

1944

No casualties

49-89 (odd), 64-118 (even) damaged.

Fire bombs or from bombs in Rocks Lane

                       [3009]

bomb3010

60 Barnes Ave

17 April 1941

No casualties

250kg bomb in road fracturing services (gas water &…

...electricity. Damage to 56-62 (even), 77

                       [3010]

bomb3011

14-20 Nowell Rd

25 September 1940

Edwin Carter (No.16) died

14/16/18 razed; 20 damaged

                       [3011]

bomb3012

Kingsway/Clifford Ave

28 September 1940

No casualties

133,135,143 razed. Rebuilt 1945-46

No.70 also razed - possibly by this bomb

                       [3012]

bomb3013

8 Berkeley Road

16 November 1940; 2022

No casualties

No details

                       [3013]

bomb3014

41 Vernon Road

25/26 September 1940

No casualties

Fire bomb in road (Frank Wood, ARP Warden, reports)

                       [3014]

bomb3015

West Park Avenue

30 September 1940; 2155

No casualties

Nos. 26-32 razed

also bombs 24.9.40 & 30.9.40 on Nos.21 &28/29

                       [3015]

bomb3016

Chrysler Works

13 October 1940; 2130

No casualties

In works. Also 30.9.40; 2155 in road.

Then 8.11.40; 2110 in grounds

                       [3016]

bomb3017

Kew Meadows Path

8 March 1941; 2115

No casualties

Four bombs on H.E.Stevens farm

                       [3017]

bomb3020

Washington Road

1944

No casualties

Damage noted to 46 (fire-bomb?)

                       [3020]

bomb3021

6, 22 Railway Side

16 October 1940

No casualties

Damaged - probably fire bombs

                       [3021]