Epsom music man's story through pictures of World War Two bombing
Fred Stevens captured these shots of the effects of the bombings in and around Epsom during the Blitz in 1941
A picture published in the Epsom Guardian newspaper of bomb damage in Waterloo Road during WWII has prompted the photographer's children to get in touch.
Following the article on January 17 about the bombings in and around Epsom during the Blitz, Michael and Barbara Stevens got in touch to say that it was their father, Fred Stevens, who took the photo.
They said the picture was one of eight photographs taken of the damage by Mr Stevens in 1941 from his shop, Stevens Musical Service, based in no. 35 Waterloo Road where a Pizza Hut delivery shop now stands.
They said no.36 took a direct hit, while no.38 sustained roof damage and the upper storey of no. 34 was demolished.