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May Poster Print Collection: 31 May 1960

31 May 1960 Collection
19 Poster Prints

May Poster Print Collection: 7 May 1960

7 May 1960 Collection
7 Poster Prints

May Poster Print Collection: 8 May 1960

8 May 1960 Collection
2 Poster Prints

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Slater & Trophy

FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Slater & Trophy
Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Bill Slater holds the FA Cup aloft as he is chaired by his jubilant teammates: (back row, l-r) Gerry Harris, Malcolm Finlayson, Ron Flowers, Peter Broadbent

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB fireboat Massey Shaw, Westminster, London

LCC-LFB fireboat Massey Shaw, Westminster, London
A publicity photograph of the Massey Shaw fireboat with the Houses of Parliament in the background, used by the London County Council to promote the London Fire Brigade in its publications

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Edgeware Road fire station

Edgeware Road fire station, Paddington. London Fire Brigade. Built in 1900

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Mass jets at the LFB annual review at Lambeth HQ

Mass jets at the LFB annual review at Lambeth HQ
London firefighters from East London demonstrating mass jets during the Annual Review display at the Brigades headquarters. Lambeth, SE1

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey SE1

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey SE1
Opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station was also the fictional fire station Blackwall in the highly acclaimed London Weekend Television series Londons Burning (1998-2002)

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Shoreditch fire station, Hackney

LCC-LFB Shoreditch fire station, Hackney
Built in 1895, station B27, Shoreditch fire station, was located at 140 Tabernacle Street, near Old Street. The stations pump

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers: FA Cup Victory Parade - Slater and Harris Hold the Trophy

Wolverhampton Wanderers: FA Cup Victory Parade - Slater and Harris Hold the Trophy
Wolverhampton Wanderers Bill Slater (l) and Gerry Harris (r) show off the FA Cup as the team begins an open-topped bus tour of Wolverhampton, the day after their 3-0 win over Blackburn Rovers

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Wolves FA Cup Victory: Bill Slater Celebrates with Teammates

Wolves FA Cup Victory: Bill Slater Celebrates with Teammates
Wolves captain Bill Slater holds the FA Cup aloft as he is chaired by his jubilant teammates: (back row, l-r) Gerry Harris, Malcolm Finlayson, Ron Flowers, Peter Broadbent, Eddie Clamp

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB fire station appliance room with engines

LCC-LFB fire station appliance room with engines
London firefighters turning out on a fire call from Wandsworth fire station, SW London

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Edgware Road fire station Paddington

LCC-LFB Edgware Road fire station Paddington
Built by the London County Council (LCC) Edgware Road fire station opened in 1899, located at 494 Edgware Road. It was originally called Paddington fire station (A13)

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LFB-AFS convoy and fire exercise

LFB-AFS convoy and fire exercise
Part of the Civil Defence Corps until it was disbanded in the late 1960s, the Auxiliary Fire Service consisted of volunteer firefighters who would attend a fire station for drill and training

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Triumphant Wolves: Clamp, Slater and Deeley Celebrate FA Cup Victory

Triumphant Wolves: Clamp, Slater and Deeley Celebrate FA Cup Victory
Wolverhampton Wanderers Eddie Clamp (l) and Bill Slater (c) parade the FA Cup around Wembley as teammate Norman Deeley (r) tries to catch up

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LFB-AFS parade for an exercise

LFB-AFS parade for an exercise
Part of the Civil Defence Corps, until it was disbanded in the late 1960s, the Auxiliary Fire Service consisted of volunteer firefighters who would attend a fire station for drill and training

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Wolves Norman Deeley Scores the Third Goal: FA Cup Final Victory over Blackburn Rovers

Wolves Norman Deeley Scores the Third Goal: FA Cup Final Victory over Blackburn Rovers
Wolverhampton Wanderers Norman Deeley (third r) fires the ball beyond Blackburn Rovers Harry Leyland (second r) and Mick McGrath (r) to score his teams third goal

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: FA Cup Final Victory: Wolves Team Greets The Duke of Gloucester (1960)

FA Cup Final Victory: Wolves Team Greets The Duke of Gloucester (1960)
Wolves captain Bill Slater (third l) introduces the days guest of honour, The Duke of Gloucester (second l), to teammate Norman Deeley (second r), watched by Eddie Clamp (c)

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Bill Slater

FA Cup Final Victory, Wolves vs Blackburn, Bill Slater
Bill Slater, Wolverhampton captain and " Footballer of the Year" happily holds aloft the FA Cup at Wembley, London, after the Final Tie in which Wolves beat Blackburn Rovers 3-0

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Eltham fire station, Eltham High Street, SE9

LCC-LFB Eltham fire station, Eltham High Street, SE9
A front view of Eltham fire station in SE London, located on London County Councils boundary with Kent County Council

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: London firefighters sliding down a pole

London firefighters sliding down a pole

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Greater London Council (GLC)-LFB Press Conference

Greater London Council (GLC)-LFB Press Conference
The Leader of the GLC (standing), Paddy Henry, Chairman of the GLCs Fire Brigades Committee (to his left) and Joe Milner, Chief Officer of the LFB (far right)

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Fire engine parked in a London street

LCC-LFB Fire engine parked in a London street
Although there is no sign of an obvious fire, all eyes are drawn towards the parade of shops as a single fire engine stands in the roadway and the firefighters are engaged out of sight

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit

GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Perry Vale fire station, SE London

LCC-LFB Perry Vale fire station, SE London
Built for the Metropolitan Fire Brigade in 1901, Perry Vale fire station was located at 199 Perry Vale. It transferred to the Greater London Council in 1965

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Bethnal Green fire station, East London

LCC-LFB Bethnal Green fire station, East London
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1899, Bethnal Green fire station was located at 51 Green Street. It was closed in 1969 with the opening of the new Bethnal Green fire station

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Lewisham fire station, High Street, Lewisham

LCC-LFB Lewisham fire station, High Street, Lewisham
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1898, Lewisham fire station was located at 340 High Street. Lewisham, SE London

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: GLC-LFB Salvage Tender

GLC-LFB Salvage Tender
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: GLC-LFB Salvage Tender

GLC-LFB Salvage Tender
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: GLC-LFB Breathing apparatus cylinder van

GLC-LFB Breathing apparatus cylinder van
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: GLC-LFB Breathing apparatus cylinder van

GLC-LFB Breathing apparatus cylinder van
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Brixton fire station, London SW8

LCC-LFB Brixton fire station, London SW8
Located in Gresham Road, Brixton, the station was opened in 1906. From, the 1960s to the 1980s it was one of the London Fire Brigades busiest operational fire stations

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Massey Shaw fireboat, River Thames, London

Massey Shaw fireboat, River Thames, London
The Massey Shaw fireboat was built in 1935 on the Isle of Wight, and fitted out with powerful Merryweather pumps in Greenwich, SE London

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Bethnal Green fire station, East London

LCC-LFB Bethnal Green fire station, East London
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1899, Bethnal Green fire station was located at 51 Green Street. It was closed in 1969 with the opening of the new Bethnal Green fire station

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB Lewisham fire station, High Street, Lewisham

LCC-LFB Lewisham fire station, High Street, Lewisham
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1898, Lewisham fire station was located at 340 High Street. Lewisham, SE London

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance

LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance
Side view of a dual purpose appliance showing the equipment stowage

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance

LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance
Side view of a new diesel dual-purpose appliance. Normally breathing apparatus was carried on the back of a pump, but in certain circumstances it would be transferred to a pump escape as shown here

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance

LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance
Locker layout of the new diesel dual-purpose appliance. Standard stowage was becoming the norm and the through hose locker was behind the crew cab

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance

LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance
Internal view of the rear cab of a London Fire Brigade pump showing the Proto Oxygen breathing apparatus set hanging from the carrying brackets

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance

LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance
An LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance. All postwar appliances of the type shown provide enclosed accommodation for the crew. This pump escape is from D60, Clapham fire station

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance

LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance
An LCC-LFB new diesel dual-purpose appliance. All postwar appliances of the type shown provide enclosed accommodation for the crew

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: LCC-LFB fireboat Massey Shaw, Westminster, London

LCC-LFB fireboat Massey Shaw, Westminster, London
A publicity photograph of the Massey Shaw fireboat with the Houses of Parliament in the background, used by the London County Council to promote the London Fire Brigade in its publications

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: Wolverhampton Wanderers FA Cup Victory: Peter Broadbent, Gerry Mannion

Wolverhampton Wanderers FA Cup Victory: Peter Broadbent, Gerry Mannion, and Malcolm Finlayson Celebrate on the Train
(L-R) Wolverhampton Wanderers Peter Broadbent, Gerry Mannion and Malcolm Finlayson show off the FA Cup in their carriage on the train from Paddington back to Wolverhampton

Background imageMay Poster Print Collection: FA Cup Victory: The Duchess of Gloucester Presents the Trophy to Wolverhampton Wanderers Captain

FA Cup Victory: The Duchess of Gloucester Presents the Trophy to Wolverhampton Wanderers Captain Bill Slater (1949)
FA President Stanley Rous (c) looks on as HRH The Duchess of Gloucester (l) presents the FA Cup to the winning captain, Wolverhampton Wanderers Bill Slater (r)


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