Lustron Postwar Prefab Homes

In Arlington VA. Has been since pulled down. Although a pink Lustron is featured in this advertisement, pink was not one of the Lustron Colors. Advertisement Courtesy the Zeiger Collectioni

Schoolchildren helping the workmen construct a new estate of pre-fabricated houses in Watford, Hertfordshire after the devastation of World War II.

Schoolchildren helping the workmen construct a new estate of pre-fabricated houses in Watford, Hertfordshire after the devastation of World War II.

Prefab modular fiberglass house by Wolfgang Feierbach - constructed 1968-1970 in Altenstadt Germany

Prefab modular fiberglass house by Wolfgang Feierbach - constructed in Altenstadt Germany

The Prefab kitchen, Avoncroft Museum, Worcestershire (avoncroft.org.uk)

The Prefab kitchen, Avoncroft Museum, Worcestershire (avoncroft.org.uk)

During the Second World War many houses were destroyed, due to this, prefabricated houses (prefabs) were built, quickly and cheaply providing quality housing with all the amenities, central heating, modern kitchens, built-in cupboards. These photographs here in 1945, shows prefabs being built within 3 and an half hours in Shirehampton, Bristol, using aluminium salvaged from crashed aircrafts, they were sponsored by The Ministry of Aircraft Production.

During the Second World War many houses were destroyed, due to this…

Arcon mk.V Pre-Fab Living room - Avoncroft Museum

V Pre-Fab Living room - Avoncroft Museum

Post War Prefab Houses - Saferbrowser Yahoo Image Search Results

Post War Prefab Houses - Saferbrowser Yahoo Image Search Results

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