Monday 10 October 2005 9.02pm
From my book of maps on the bombings, I can tell you little, other than the damage was comparatively light compared to the area to the north west at the junction of Tower Bridge Road
and Abbey Street
, which was completely destroyed.
The heaviest damage on Spa Road was close to the junction of Grange Road
with the area to the north being "damaged beyond repair". It is probably a testament to the solidity of the buildings that they were not completely destroyed.
BTW, contrary to the web search result, I can't see a V1 bomb having landed on the town hall in 1944.
Also, what I didn't know, until I looked in my London library, was that Spa Road was the original terminus for the London & Greenwich railway, until London Bridge was built, or for that matter the location of a Spa (could have guessed that I suppose!) which closed c.1805.
Sorry I can't help more.