London Auxiliary Ambulance Service Deptford WW2 Memorial

London Ambulance Service Museum
Aldborough Road South

Museum is now closed and exhibits are in storage, with no public access [2010]

UKNIWM Ref: 44072

OS Map Ref: TQ 450 870

Type: Plaster Sculpture

A relief sculptured by Station Officer D. M. Thorpe of the London Auxiliary Ambulance Service 25 August 1941 featuring 9 ambulance service personnel wearing helmets and overalls including stretcher bearers (left) and a nurse with bag (right), an L.C.C. ambulance with driver is in the background

Wars Commemorated: Second World War:

Note: The sculpture was originally held at Deptford Ambulance Station until it was demolished; the sculpture was rescued from a builders skip and donated to the museum.

The museum was founded in 1989 by Terry Spurr MBE who also curates the collection. The museum collection includes artefacts & vehicles of late 19th C. to present day and wartime uniforms & memorabilia.

Names: None Given

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