What records relate to Air Raid Shelters in Hull?
As well as the City Engineer's records (C TSCD), the Town Clerk's Department kept records relating to air raid shelters (C TCY). The information given in these records includes the location of communal air raid shelters and the names of owners or tenants in the streets and terraces that they served.
What records relate to the erection of Air Raid Shelters in Hull?
C TCY/4/1 Agreements for the Erection of Air Raid Shelters, Dec 1939-Feb 1941
Agreements between the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of the City and County of Kingston upon Hull and owners and tenants of various properties for the erection of air raid shelters.
What records relate to the removal of Air Raid Shelters in Hull?
C TCY/4/2 Memorandum from the City Engineer to the Town Clerk regarding the Demolition of Civil Defence Structures, 1946-1947
C TCY/4/3 Lists of Communal Air Raid Shelters that were subsequently demolished and where the agreement entered into provided for a nominal single payment only, c. Jun 1941
C TCY/4/4 List of Communal Air Raid Shelters that were subsequently demolished and where no Agreement can be traced, c. Jun 1941