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Choose from 864 pictures in our Helmet collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Amy Johnson CBE (1903-1941) - pioneering English female pilot - pictured standing in Featured Print

Amy Johnson CBE (1903-1941) - pioneering English female pilot - pictured standing in

Amy Johnson CBE (1903-1941) - pioneering English female pilot - pictured standing in front of her Gipsy Moth just before she undertook a 19-day solo flight to Australia. She died in 1941 when an aircraft she was ferrying crashed into the Thames estuary. Date: 1930

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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LCC-LFB firefighters change from brass to cork fire helmets LFB150 Featured Print

LCC-LFB firefighters change from brass to cork fire helmets LFB150

Two firemen in the foreground wearing new style cork helmets and Proto Mark IV breathing apparatus sets. The man on the right is from Station 34, Shadwell, whilst the man on the left is from Station 4, Chelsea. In the background are London firefighters still wearing the old style brass helmet. The new style cork helmet was gradually being phased in. Date: circa 1938

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Steam engine with crew, Southgate, North London Featured Print

Steam engine with crew, Southgate, North London

Steam-driven fire engine with crew -- SDFB, Southgate District Council fire service. The date on the vehicle is 1894. The driver standing on the appliance is D Gibbons. Third from right is G Walton. The officer on the right is Jack Horn, killed in a munitions explosion in 1918. The vehicle eventually went to the Science Museum in South Kensington.

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library