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LCC-LFB Dual purpose pump escape at Lambeth HQ Featured Lambeth Image

LCC-LFB Dual purpose pump escape at Lambeth HQ

A Dennis F7 pump escape at Lambeth HQ, a classic postwar fire engine newly in service in London. It was powered by a 150 bhp 5.7 litre Rolls-Royce engine and served initially at Lambeth Fire Station, and latterly at other fire stations in SE London until it was retired in 1968. The F7 was a truly beautiful looking fire engine with a coach-built body and a fine road performance. Many F7s went into service in fire brigades throughout the UK

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

LFB wartime emergency appliance and trailer pump, WW2 Featured Lambeth Image

LFB wartime emergency appliance and trailer pump, WW2

A Fordson Unit and trailer pump at the London Fire Brigade headquarters, Lambeth. These were just some of the 2000 adapted vehicles utilised as AFS fire appliances. With their trailer pumps they were widely used by the AFS in London during the blitz. The picture shows the crew in the vehicle and hose stored on the trailer pump

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

LCC-MFB Headquarters station at Southwark SE1 Featured Lambeth Image

LCC-MFB Headquarters station at Southwark SE1

The Metropolitan Fire Brigade was created in 1866, having replaced the former London Fire Engine Establishment brigade. It moved from its former Watling Street HQ to the Southwark site due to the vast expansion of the Brigade. Its first Chief Officer, Captain Eyre Massey Shaw, had this complex built as the new headquarters and No 1 fire station. It remained the Brigade Headquarters until 1937 when a new headquarters was opened in Lambeth. The gothic style frontage was demolished in the late 1960s by the Greater London Council but the fire station (now a museum) remains standing today

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library