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Emergency Services Collection

Emergency Services refer to the various public services that are responsible for responding to emergency situations, including medical emergencies

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285 items

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Firefighters, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1991

Firefighters, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. September 1991
Lostwithiel firefighters gather for the retirement of three of their number in 1991. Standing, from left to right: Terry Sandercock, Karl Bowden, Francis Doney, Neil Savage, Malcolm Hicks

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Group portrait of the Tenby crew

Group portrait of the Tenby crew
Group portrait of the Tenby RNLI crew. Taken looking up the slipway, with crew, boathouse and Tamar class lifeboat Haydn Miller 16-02 ON 1281 straight ahead

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Police Public Call Box, London

Police Public Call Box, London
A police officer using a Police Public Call Box on a London street. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Police Public Call Box in the snow, London

Police Public Call Box in the snow, London
A Police Public Call Box, on a London street on a snowy day. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: 100 years of the RAF

100 years of the RAF
No 26 Squadron Bristol Belvedere HC.1, based at Khormaksar, Aden, delivers supplies and mail to a remote location in the mountainous Radfan area of the country

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Multi service emergency vehicles

Multi service emergency vehicles and their personnel

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB New Lewisham fire station appliance room

GLC-LFB New Lewisham fire station appliance room
The appliance room of the newly commissioned Lewisham Fire Station, located in Lewisham High Street, SE London. Showing Lewishams appliances, a pump-escape, pump and emergency tender

Background imageEmergency Services 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 imageEmergency Services 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency Tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency Tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- a foam tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- a foam 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: LCC-LFB Lambeth fire station with appliances

LCC-LFB Lambeth fire station with appliances
Lambeth fire station (Brigade Headquarters) with pump-escape, pump and 100 foot turntable ladder. The station had three other appliances: an emergency tender, breakdown lorry and canteen van

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: LCC-LFB AFS Green Goddess pump, Lambeth HQ

LCC-LFB AFS Green Goddess pump, Lambeth HQ
A typical AFS (government design) Green Goddess pump, at drill in the yard of Brigade Headquarters station, Lambeth. Created prior to the outbreak of WW2

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: LFB wartime emergency appliance and trailer pump, WW2

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

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB Road traffic accident (RTA)

GLC-LFB Road traffic accident (RTA)
A collision between a bus and car resulted in the bus careering into a terraced house and a response by all the emergency services

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2

Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2
With the Blitz still at its height, Londons firefighters and fire support crews are removed to local hospitals for emergency treatment after receiving injuries fighting the fires started by enemy

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB - Ford Cortina staff car at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB - Ford Cortina staff car at Lambeth HQ
The GLC-LFB was created on 1st April 1965. A series of pictures was commissioned, photographing each type of fire engine and other vehicle either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: LCC-LFB Breathing apparatus communications set

LCC-LFB Breathing apparatus communications set
A Sub Officer from Lambeths (D61) emergency tender crew demonstrating the Southampton communications equipment that was worn with a full face mask on the Proto (oxygen) breathing apparatus set

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: St Margarets Hospital, Epping, Essex

St Margarets Hospital, Epping, Essex
Aerial view of St Margarets Hospital, Epping, Essex. Designed by Lewis Vulliamy, the site began life in 1837-8 as the Epping Union workhouse

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: NFS - Home Office hose tests at Wimbledon, WW2

NFS - Home Office hose tests at Wimbledon, WW2
London Region NFS/AFS firefighters assisting in Home Office trials to improve water delivery systems to emergency dams and onto fires after the fire service was nationalised in August 1941

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Air Raid patrol in London, WWII

Air Raid patrol in London, WWII
Portrait study of a man on guard to warn the city of air attacks, with rattle in his hand to announce the use of gas - his handbell to sound the All Clear

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Firefighters at Middlesex Street, Aldgate, E1

Firefighters at Middlesex Street, Aldgate, E1
Lambeth and Clerkenwell emergency tender crews in Middlesex Street, Aldgate, London E1, on 23 June 1958. They are equipped with breathing apparatus, awaiting orders to enter a burning building

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Example of a woman dialling 999

Example of a woman dialling 999 for the emergency services in a red telephone booth

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: LCC-LFB emergency dam unit and trailer pump, WW2

LCC-LFB emergency dam unit and trailer pump, WW2
Emergency water supplies were vital to supplementing the available mains supply for fighting the vast swathe of fires that swept parts of London during the Blitz

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency Tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency 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 imageEmergency Services 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency Tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency Tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency Tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- Emergency 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: Hands-Free Telephone Set

Hands-Free Telephone Set
A telephone receptionist (possibly working for the emergency services) uses a rather cumbersome hands-free telephone, worn around the neck

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2

Blitz in London -- AFS personnel receiving treatment, WW2
With the Blitz still at its height, Londons firefighters and fire support crews are removed to local hospitals for emergency treatment after receiving injuries fighting the fires started by enemy

Background imageEmergency Services 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 imageEmergency Services Collection: Prefabricated hospital med01_01_0643

Prefabricated hospital med01_01_0643
Mount Vernon Hospital, Rickmansworth Road, Hillingdon, Greater London. Ministry of Health new hutted hospitals. A view of the ends of the new hutted hospital being built at Mount Vernon

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Cornwall Modelling Society, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. June 1992

Cornwall Modelling Society, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. June 1992
John Wilkes, from Redruth, with his replica model of the Cornwall First Air Ambulance. The Modelling Society, who held their exhibition in Lostwithiel Community Centre

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Police Officers, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1990

Police Officers, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1990
A new community police officer, Martin Bennett (left) has taken over in Lostwithiel from PC Chris Jewells (right) who, after six years patrolling the town, is moving to Bodmin

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Firefighters, Lostwithiel Community Fire Station, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1995

Firefighters, Lostwithiel Community Fire Station, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1995
Firefighters of Lostwithiel at their newly opened fire station. From left to right: Jeff Cook, Peter Rowe, Jason Doney, Peter Ashwin, Station Officer Vic May, Clive Massy, Tony Keast

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: FUCHS reconnaissance vehicle being put through its paces by Falcon Squadron Royal

FUCHS reconnaissance vehicle being put through its paces by Falcon Squadron Royal
Pictured is one of the Armys fleet of FUCHS reconnaissance vehicles being put through its paces by Falcon Squadron Royal Tank Regiment

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Firemen - Fire King Hose Co. No. 3 - Providence, RI, USA

Firemen - Fire King Hose Co. No. 3 - Providence, RI, USA
Firemen atop their horse-drawn hose wagon - Fire King Hose Co. No.3 House on Pond Street, - Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Hose-wagon built in 1895 - drawn by two horses and fitted with rubber tyres

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Carnival Mayor Kidnap, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. July 1993

Carnival Mayor Kidnap, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. July 1993
Lostwithiel Mayor, Warren Nicholls, was given special protection when he visited fete day on King George V playing fields, after rumours of a kidnap circulated

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Princess Royal, Fowey, Cornwall. 1990

Princess Royal, Fowey, Cornwall. 1990
The Princess Royal arrives at Fowey Docks where she opened a new building for the Mission to Seafarers charity. The charity works in over 200 ports worldwide caring for seafarers of all ranks

Background imageEmergency Services Collection: Seaking Conducts Search and Rescue Exercise

Seaking Conducts Search and Rescue Exercise
A Seaking of 771 Naval Air Squadron conducts a Search and Rescue Exercise over the coast of Cornwall

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Emergency Services Collection

Emergency Services refer to the various public services that are responsible for responding to emergency situations, including medical emergencies, natural disasters, fires, and other crises. These services typically include police departments, fire departments, ambulance services, search and rescue teams, and other specialized units. Emergency Services play a critical role in protecting public safety by providing rapid response times and expert care during times of crisis. They also work closely with government agencies and community organizations to develop emergency preparedness plans and coordinate responses to large-scale events. Overall, they can essential components of any well-functioning society that values the safety and security of its citizens.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Emergency Services collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art and framed prints depicting the heroic work done by emergency service personnel. Our collection includes images of firefighters, police officers, paramedics, and other first responders in action. These high-quality prints are perfect for decorating the walls of offices, homes or public spaces with an appreciation for those who put their lives on the line to keep us safe. The Emergency Services collection features photographs that capture moments of bravery and dedication from around the world. From dramatic firefighting scenes to heartwarming interactions between emergency workers and members of their communities, these images showcase the vital role played by these professionals in our daily lives. Whether you're looking for a gift for someone who works in emergency services or simply want to show your support for these important organizations, our Emergency Services collection is sure to have something that will inspire you.
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What are Emergency Services (Services) art prints?

Emergency Services art prints are a collection of high-quality, professionally captured images that showcase the bravery and dedication of emergency service personnel. These prints feature stunning photographs of firefighters, police officers, paramedics and other first responders in action. They capture moments of courage, compassion and teamwork that define these professions. These art prints are perfect for anyone who wants to show their appreciation for the hard work and sacrifice made by emergency service workers. They make great gifts for those who serve or have served in these fields or as a way to decorate your home or office with inspiring imagery. Whether you're looking for a powerful image of firefighters battling flames or an emotional photograph capturing the bond between police officers and community members, Emergency Services art prints offer something for everyone. Each print is carefully selected to provide a unique perspective on these vital services that keep our communities safe every day.
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What Emergency Services (Services) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Emergency Services art prints that are perfect for those who want to show their appreciation for the brave men and women who work in these fields. You can choose from a variety of images, including firefighters battling flames, police officers on patrol, and paramedics rushing to save lives. These high-quality prints are available in different sizes and formats, so you can find the perfect one to suit your needs. Whether you're looking for something to hang in your home or office, or you want to give a gift to someone special, we have plenty of options for you. With our extensive collection of Emergency Services art prints, you'll be sure to find something that captures the spirit and dedication of these heroic professionals.
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How do I buy Emergency Services (Services) art prints?

To purchase Emergency Services art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of images featuring various emergency services such as firefighters, police officers and paramedics. Once you have found the print that you would like to buy, simply select the size and format that suits your needs. You can choose from a range of options including canvas prints, framed prints or unframed prints. To complete your purchase, add the item to your cart and proceed to checkout where you will be prompted to enter your payment details. We accept a variety of payment methods including credit cards and PayPal. Once your order has been processed, it will be carefully packaged and shipped directly to your chosen address. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials, these art prints are perfect for displaying in any home or office setting as a tribute to our brave emergency service workers.
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How much do Emergency Services (Services) art prints cost?

As We offer a wide range of Emergency Services art prints, the cost may vary depending on the size and type of print chosen. The prices are competitive and affordable, making it accessible for everyone to own a piece of artwork that celebrates our emergency services. Whether you're looking for a small print or a large canvas, there is something available to suit every budget. The quality of the prints is exceptional, with high-resolution images printed on premium paper using state-of-the-art printing technology. These prints make great gifts for anyone who has an interest in emergency services or those who work within this sector. We provide excellent value for money when it comes to purchasing Emergency Services art prints without compromising on quality or style.
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How will my Emergency Services (Services) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in delivering your Emergency Services art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives safely and undamaged. Our standard delivery service is through a trusted courier company who will deliver the package directly to your doorstep. We also offer international shipping for our customers outside of the UK, with the same level of care taken in packaging and delivery. You can track your order online using the tracking number provided once it has been dispatched from our warehouse. If you have any special requirements or requests regarding delivery, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to accommodate them. We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase from Media Storehouse, including how it is delivered to you.