At the top of Jerningham Road in New Cross/Telegraph Hill there is a large white S and an arrow painted on the wall that surrounds the reserviour. It is getting rather faded now and passers-by rarely give it a glance.
a bit morbid, but if you go to The Cut by the junction of Greet street . Just on the wall of the New Vic at that junction is a plaque in memoriam of the bomb shelter that was at that location that took a direct hit during the war and a large number of people were killed.
There were bomb shelters in Tabard park, on the open space nearest the play area.
The council just sheared off the top and bulldozed the rubble in. If southwark wanted to they could excavate one and show them to children as social history.
A school staying the night in Kennington deep level shelters for educational purposes! Your lucky Mother.
Now they have educational trips to Tesco, so things have improved no end...
I was delighted to see the signs, and took lots of pictures naturally... but couldn't imagine where the shelters would actually BE. Were they in the middle of the estates?