If it is Miller Street you are referring to, there is a bomb damage photo in the quoted post below ...Brilliant photos, really brings my Dads stories alive. I've been unsuccessful in finding any pictures of the Ravenscroft Dairy on Millar street, close or next to the tram sheds, before it was taken out by the blitz raid a couple weeks after Coventry was leveled. If you have any thoughts on where else I might look I'd appreciate it , Cheers
Just another morning after a night of heavy bombing in Miller Street Aston. Most of the building has fallen on to the pavement and the roof is hanging off over that women standing on the debris looking at a gate. She seems to have said something which caught the attention of the two blokes in the pic.
Looking at the buildings, the dome like object on the tall part of the building looks interesting, it seems to have split apart. The tall building behind seems to have survived the blasts but is not there today so may have gone in the 1960s demolitions in that area.
It is difficult to pin the location but it seems to be on left side of Miller Street looking towards Newtown Row and halfway between Bracebridge St and Elkington St. A 1945 aerial view shows what appears to be a cleared area in that position and a hint of that large building in the background.