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Water Pump Record Attempt - London Fire Brigade Training Centre, Southwark Featured London Fire Brigade Print

Water Pump Record Attempt - London Fire Brigade Training Centre, Southwark

Jack Frost, station officer at the London Fire Brigade Training Centre, cools off during a world record attempt. He took a dip in the inflatable pool being used for an attempt on the hand water pumping record of 42 hours. Manning the 18th-century fire pump at Fireshow '76, the three-day fire brigade spectacular at Crystal Palace, are divisional officer Bob Carter and leading fireman Mick Chesney (right)

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GWR fire brigade at Paddington Station taking part in a drill, c.1940 Featured London Fire Brigade Print

GWR fire brigade at Paddington Station taking part in a drill, c.1940

This image shows members of the GWR fire brigade at Paddington Station taking part in a drill. Training was an important part of fire fighting and kept employees prepared in case of an emergency. The enthusiasm for drill work was so much that in January 1943 a competition was introduced. The inaugural all-line trailer pump competition took place at Paddington Mint Stables and comprised of 13 male teams and four female teams, with Exeter Locomotive Depot and Cardiff Queen Street Station winning respectively. The competitions continued until the end of the war

Blitz - Fire at Surrey Commercial Docks, Rotherhithe Featured London Fire Brigade Print

Blitz - Fire at Surrey Commercial Docks, Rotherhithe

Warehouses ablaze (the left wing of the No.8 warehouse) following the heavy enemy bombing raids on the Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe. This raid took place on the 7th September and this was consider to be the start of the Blitz upon London and followed by other important UK cities Date: 1940

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans