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Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Heroic fireman rescuing girl from fire

Heroic fireman rescuing girl from fire
Heroic fireman rescuing a girl from a fire

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters in action, Eagle Street, London WC1

Firefighters in action, Eagle Street, London WC1
Firefighters in action at a fire in Eagle Street, London WC1, 0738 hrs, 9 June 1955. In the initial stages an attempt was made to take a line of hose into the first floor via a loading bay door

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: New Paddington Fire Station, West London

New Paddington Fire Station, West London

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London -- ambulance at Ladywell, Lewisham, WW2

Blitz in London -- ambulance at Ladywell, Lewisham, WW2
Blitz in London -- an ambulance and rescue workers in the Ladywell area of Lewisham, SE13, where houses were demolished by a parachute bomb, 18 September 1940

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London -- AFS firefighters at work, WW2

Blitz in London -- AFS firefighters at work, WW2
Blitz in London -- AFS firefighters at work with hosepipes

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8

Major fire in Wandsworth Road, Clapham SW8
London firefighters and the London Salvage Corps (in the long coats) at the scene of a fire involving shops and dwellings in Wandsworth Road, Clapham, SW8, on 9 September 1959

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters standing by during the Blitz, London in WWII LFB150

Firefighters standing by during the Blitz, London in WWII LFB150
Firefighters standing by during the Blitz, London -- in the early hours of the morning, after a night of bombing

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London - AFS firefighter, WW2

Blitz in London - AFS firefighter, WW2
Blitz in London - a smiling AFS firefighter, a former Smithfield meat porter named Eddie

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: George Beaumont with manual fire engine, Pinner

George Beaumont with manual fire engine, Pinner
George Beaumont, Chief Officer of the Pinner Voluntary Fire Brigade, with a manual fire engine which was kept at Waxwell Lane, Pinner, having previously been housed at The Hall

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Fire at 298 Old Brompton Road, London SW5

Fire at 298 Old Brompton Road, London SW5, 25 February 1956. An escape ladder is extended to the second floor, with Sub Officer Kirby of A9 Fulham carrying a 19-month-old child

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters taking part in a hose training drill

Firefighters taking part in a hose training drill
Two firefighters taking part in a hose training drill

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Turnout of vehicles from Lambeth HQ

Turnout of vehicles from Lambeth HQ, with the River Thames and Houses of Parliament in the background

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Bomb damage in Kilgour Road, SE London, WW2

Bomb damage in Kilgour Road, SE London, WW2
Panoramic view of bomb damage in Kilgour Road, SE London, 18 November 1944. Rubble and debris can be seen on both sides of the road

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London - Clarnico Factory, Hackney Wick, WW2

Blitz in London - Clarnico Factory, Hackney Wick, WW2
Scene of devastation at the Clarnico factory in Carpenters Road, Hackney Wick, East London, following a bombing raid on 24 September 1940

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Traffic congestion, Covent Garden, London WC2

Traffic congestion, Covent Garden, London WC2
Traffic congestion in the Covent Garden area, London WC2, showing a view along Henrietta Street from the corner of Bedford Street during the morning of 26 March 1959

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: AFS women training, Highgate, London, WW2

AFS women training, Highgate, London, WW2
AFS (Auxiliary Fire Service) women training in Highgate, North London, in July 1942

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London -- turntable ladder in operation, WW2

Blitz in London -- turntable ladder in operation, WW2
Blitz in London -- turntable ladder in operation, with firefighter and hose

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Bomb crater in Minington Road, Leyton, WW2

Bomb crater in Minington Road, Leyton, WW2
A bomb crater in Minington(?) Road, Leyton, East London, during the Second World War, 22 October 1944

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Henry Simonis & Co fire appliance, Nuremberg, Germany

Henry Simonis & Co fire appliance, Nuremberg, Germany
A Henry Simonis & Co fire appliance, parked on a street in Nuremberg, Germany

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Henry Simonis & Co fire appliances, Nuremberg, Germany

Henry Simonis & Co fire appliances, Nuremberg, Germany
Two Henry Simonis & Co fire appliances on a street in Nuremberg, Germany

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters in breathing apparatus, Everett Street, SW8

Firefighters in breathing apparatus, Everett Street, SW8
Firefighters in breathing apparatus at a fire at The Steam Packet public house in Everett Street, Battersea, London SW8, on 26 April 1959

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters in display at Lambeth HQ, London

Firefighters in display at Lambeth HQ, London
Firefighters in a display at Lambeth HQ, London, on 28 July 1937, following a presentation of certificates for bravery by Mr E Cruse, Chairman of the London Fire Brigade Committee

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Trent Park Teacher Training College, North London

Trent Park Teacher Training College, North London (later part of Middlesex University). Being remote from road access and water supply

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Old St. Pauls Cathedral burns - The Great Fire of London

Old St. Pauls Cathedral burns - The Great Fire of London
Old St. Pauls Cathedral burns during The Great Fire of London of 1666

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Motorcycle dispatch riders, New Cross, WW2

Motorcycle dispatch riders, New Cross, WW2
LCC-LFB junior dispatch riders during training at the New Cross speedway track in South London on 22 April 1942 -- a spot of bother with a bike

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters in display at Lambeth HQ, London

Firefighters in display at Lambeth HQ, London
Firefighters in a display at Lambeth HQ, London, on 28 July 1937, following a presentation of certificates for bravery by Mr E Cruse, Chairman of the London Fire Brigade Committee

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London - Foreign Street, Camberwell, WW2

Blitz in London - Foreign Street, Camberwell, WW2
Blitz in London - Foreign Street, Camberwell, SE5, a residential property hit by a high explosive bomb on 29 August 1940

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Petrol station, Old Brompton Road, London SW7

Petrol station, Old Brompton Road, London SW7
Brew Brothers petrol station in Old Brompton Road, London SW7, where a fire and explosion occurred in a basement store, 20 July 1957

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Queen Elizabeth II inspecting firefighters, London

Queen Elizabeth II inspecting firefighters, London
Visit of Queen Elizabeth II to the Headquarters of the London Fire Brigade, Lambeth, on 9 June 1977

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London -- Balham High Road, WW2

Blitz in London -- Balham High Road, WW2
Blitz in London -- a bus in a bomb crater over an underground station in Balham High Road, SW London, 14 October 1940

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Scene of devastation after flying bomb attack, WW2

Scene of devastation after flying bomb attack, WW2
A panoramic daytime scene of devastation following a flying bomb attack in London during the latter stages of the Second World War. Rescue workers look for buried casualties

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in Plymouth -- St Andrews Parish Church, WW2

Blitz in Plymouth -- St Andrews Parish Church, WW2
Blitz in Plymouth -- the smouldering remains of St Andrews Parish Church, bombed and badly damaged in March 1941. The church was restored, and reconsecrated in November 1957

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Two firefighters at King George V Dock, East London

Two firefighters at King George V Dock, East London
Two firefighters in action at No.9 Shed, King George V Dock, Port of London Authority, East London (E16), on 29 December 1974 -- a 30-pump fire

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Ilford Fire Station decorated with flags

Ilford Fire Station decorated with flags
Ilford Fire Station, Essex, decorated with flags for a special occasion (a coronation or royal jubilee)

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: London Fire Brigade - 19th Century - Horse-drawn steam pump

London Fire Brigade - 19th Century - Horse-drawn steam pump
Off to the Fire London Fire Brigade - 19th Century - Horse-drawn steam pump

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London -- Tyler Street, Greenwich, WW2

Blitz in London -- Tyler Street, Greenwich, WW2
Blitz in London -- drapers shop in Tyler Street, near Trafalgar Road, East Greenwich, SE10, damaged by an incendiary bomb on 7 September 1940

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighting at Eccleston Place, Victoria, London SW1

Firefighting at Eccleston Place, Victoria, London SW1
Firefighting at the Scripture Gift Mission, Naval & Military Bible Society, Eccleston Place, Victoria, London, on 23 April 1956, where there had also been an explosion

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Massey Shaw fireboat, River Thames, London

Massey Shaw fireboat, River Thames, London
The London Fire Brigades Massey Shaw fireboat with two firefighters on deck operating the hoses

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Rescue following bombing, WW2

Rescue following bombing, WW2
Rescue of civilians by firefighters following bombing during the Blitz

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: London Fire Brigade repair workshop, Lambeth HQ

London Fire Brigade repair workshop, Lambeth HQ, with a mechanic working on top of a fire appliance

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Boys on an 18th century fire engine, Wirksworth

Boys on an 18th century fire engine, Wirksworth
Boys playing on an 18th century fire engine at Wirksworth, Derbyshire. It was believed to be the oldest fire engine in England, dating back to 1721, made by Newsome

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Firefighters in display at Lambeth HQ, London

Firefighters in display at Lambeth HQ, London
Firefighters in a display at Lambeth HQ, London, on 28 July 1937, following a presentation of certificates for bravery by Mr E Cruse, Chairman of the London Fire Brigade Committee

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: LFB exhibition, display of WW2 posters

LFB exhibition, display of WW2 posters
A London Fire Brigade exhibition of photographs and appliances, with a display of WW2 recruitment posters for the AFS (Auxiliary Fire Service)

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Blitz in London -- Standish Road, Hammersmith, WW2

Blitz in London -- Standish Road, Hammersmith, WW2
Blitz in London -- man with a wheelbarrow clearing up pieces of fractured water main in Standish Road, Hammersmith, 4 September 1940

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Fire Station Billiards Room

Fire Station Billiards Room
Men playing snooker on one of the tables in the Fire Station billiards room

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Entertainment for National Fire Service firefighters

Entertainment for National Fire Service firefighters -- sawing the lady in half

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Metropolitan Fire Brigade horse-drawn steamer

Metropolitan Fire Brigade horse-drawn steamer
A Metropolitan Fire Brigade horse-drawn steamer

Background imageNew LFB pix Collection: Explosion and fire at the Admiralty Magazine, Amsterdam

Explosion and fire at the Admiralty Magazine, Amsterdam on 6th July 1791



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