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Fire Brigade Collection

The London Fire Brigade (LFB) is the statutory fire and rescue service for London, England and is the third largest fire service in the world

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Background imageFire Brigade Collection: GLC-LFB - Dual purpose pump-escape fire engine

GLC-LFB - Dual purpose pump-escape fire engine
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 imageFire Brigade Collection: LFB firefighter in enclosed pump vehicle

LFB firefighter in enclosed pump vehicle
LFB firefighter at the window of a new enclosed pump vehicle with a ladder on top, about to ring the bell

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LFB firefighter in a hurry, with coat and helmet

LFB firefighter in a hurry, with coat and helmet
LFB firefighter in a hurry, running with his coat on one hand and his helmet in the other

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Heroic fireman rescuing girl from fire

Heroic fireman rescuing girl from fire
Heroic fireman rescuing a girl from a fire. Date: 19th century

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LFDCA-LFB Lambeth HQ and Lambeth river station

LFDCA-LFB Lambeth HQ and Lambeth river station
A modernised Lambeth river fire station and the new fireboat London Phoenix, seen here from the north bank of the River Thames

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Heroic fireman rescuing girl from fire

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

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

LCC-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station replaced two older Bermondsey fire stations that were closed down

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Firefighters on a tea break after fire St Katherines Dock

Firefighters on a tea break after fire St Katherines Dock
London firefighters (with cork helmets) and Auxiliary Fire Service firefighters (with tin hats and AFS badges on their tunics)

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Firefighters working at scene of pub fire, SE London

Firefighters working at scene of pub fire, SE London
Firefighters working at scene of pub fire, Eltham, SE London

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Firefighters and hoses, LFB annual review, Lambeth HQ LFB150

Firefighters and hoses, LFB annual review, Lambeth HQ LFB150
London firefighters from East London demonstrating mass jets during the Annual Review display at the Brigades headquarters. Lambeth, SE1

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Firefighter during hook ladder practice

Firefighter during hook ladder practice

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Crystal Palace before it burnt down in 1936

Crystal Palace before it burnt down in 1936
An aerial view of Crystal Palace, SE London, before it burnt down in 1936

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: Blitz - Fire at Surrey Commercial Docks, Rotherhithe

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

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Sub - Officer Joseph Moore of the Vauxhall Fire Brigade, entered the premises above

Sub - Officer Joseph Moore of the Vauxhall Fire Brigade, entered the premises above a blazing oil shop in Ram Payne Street

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: Chris Reynolds Victorian fire engine cartoon

Chris Reynolds Victorian fire engine cartoon
Chris Reynolds was a fireman at Paddington fire station and a talented cartoon artist. He produced a series of LFB/MFB cartoons of which this is one

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: Bomb damage in Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, WW2

Bomb damage in Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, WW2
Panoramic view of extensive bomb damage in Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, Kent, 14 November 1944, with ambulances ready to remove casualties from the scene

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Tooley Street fire station and its crews

LCC-LFB Tooley Street fire station and its crews
Built in 1879, and located at 165 Tooley Street, this station remained operational until 1928 when the new Dockhead fire station was opened and the engines and crews transferred there

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: GLC-LFB Dennis diesel Compact Pump

GLC-LFB Dennis diesel Compact Pump
Introduced into London in the mid-1970s, this narrow wheel base pump was not a dual purpose fire engine. It could only carry an extension ladder and not the 50 foot wheeled escape

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Bus embedded in house, Blackstock Road, London

Bus embedded in house, Blackstock Road, London
Bus embedded in the front of a house in Blackstock Road, London NW4, on 13 January 1974. The car in the foreground was shunted through a garden wall after being struck by the bus

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: New Paddington Fire Station, West London

New Paddington Fire Station, West London

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Bomb damage and crater, Petherton Road, London, WW2

Bomb damage and crater, Petherton Road, London, WW2
Panoramic view of extensive bomb damage and a crater in Petherton Road, North London, 2 July 1944. A salvage operation took place, pumping out flooded basements

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Fire Station Billiards Room

Fire Station Billiards Room

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: MFB Bow fire station, East London

MFB Bow fire station, East London
Bow fire station was built for the MFB by the Metropolitan Board of Works in 1868, located in Glebe Road, High Street, Bow E3

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LFCDA-LFB Leyton fire station

LFCDA-LFB Leyton fire station
The fire station at Leyton, located at 90b Church Road, London E10

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Croydon Fire Brigade, South Norwood station

Croydon Fire Brigade, South Norwood station
The firefighters of the Croydon Fire Brigade serving at South Norwood station, South Norwood High Street, together with their horse drawn manual fire engine

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Blitz in London -- St Bride Street, Farringdon Street, WW2

Blitz in London -- St Bride Street, Farringdon Street, WW2
Blitz in London -- St Bride Street and Farringdon Street, with firefighters at work in a smoky atmosphere and pedestrians walking by

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Mrs Congreve, wife of a VC and mother of a VC

Mrs Congreve, wife of a VC and mother of a VC
Mrs Congreve, wife of General Sir Walter Norris Congreve, VC and mother of Major Congreve. The latter was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions at at Longueval, France

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: Tatler front cover - Mrs La Touche Congreve and baby daughte

Tatler front cover - Mrs La Touche Congreve and baby daughte
Mrs William La Touche Congreve, wife of Major William ( Billy ) La Touche Congreve V.C. pictured with her baby daughter, Mary Gloria Congreve, born 21 March 1917

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: Multi service emergency vehicles

Multi service emergency vehicles and their personnel

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LFDCA-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey

LFDCA-LFB Dockhead fire station, Bermondsey
Opened in 1928, Dockhead fire station became the setting for the fictitious Blackwall fire station in the popular television series Londons Burning

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Warehouse fire, Butlers Wharf, Bermondsey

LCC-LFB Warehouse fire, Butlers Wharf, Bermondsey
A major docklands fire at Butlers Wharf, Bermondsey, SE London. It happened during a particularly cold spell for March. The attack on the fire by a large number of firefighters

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: GLC-LFB Deptford fire station, Evelyn Street, Deptford

GLC-LFB Deptford fire station, Evelyn Street, Deptford
Deptford fire station was one of the last stations built for the London County Councils Metropolitan Fire Brigade and was opened in 1904

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: GLC-LFB - Dual purpose pump fire engine

GLC-LFB - Dual purpose pump fire engine
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 imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Serious house fire in Notting Hill

LCC-LFB Serious house fire in Notting Hill
Firefighters using the 50 foot wheeled escape ladder to gain access to the upper floors of this terraced house affected by a serious blaze in Notting Hill, West London

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Recruit fireman training at Brigade HQ, SE1

LCC-LFB Recruit fireman training at Brigade HQ, SE1
During the 1950s recruit firefighters were trained at the Brigade Headquarters, Lambeth. Here a fireman is undertaking a hook ladder drill on the stations nine-storey drill tower

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: GLC-London Fire Brigade, Clerkenwell fire station

GLC-London Fire Brigade, Clerkenwell fire station
Originally built in 1870, Clerkenwell fire station underwent a major rebuild in 1916 and two additional fire engine bays were added

Background imageFire Brigade 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 imageFire Brigade Collection: London Fire Engine Establishment, list of fire stations

London Fire Engine Establishment, list of fire stations
Formed in 1833, the LFEE took over firefighting in London from the various Insurance Company fire brigades. It had 19 fire stations and its headquarters was located at Watling Street, City of London

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-MFB firefighters at West Hampstead fire station

LCC-MFB firefighters at West Hampstead fire station
Station 20 was West Hampstead fire station, opened in 1901 at 325 West End Road. The firemen are pictured with their horse drawn steam fire engine on the forecourt of the station

Background imageFire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Burdett Road fire station, East London

LCC-LFB Burdett Road fire station, East London
Built by the London County Council (LCC) and opened in 1904, Burdett Road fire station was located at 141 Burdett Road. It closed in 1972 with the opening of the new Poplar fire station



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Fire Brigade Collection

The London Fire Brigade (LFB) is the statutory fire and rescue service for London, England and is the third largest fire service in the world, after Tokyo Fire Department and New York City Fire Department. The LFB was formed in 1865 by the Metropolitan Fire Brigade Act of 1865 and has over 5,000 personnel working at more than 100 fire stations across London. The LFB responds to a variety of incidents including fires, road traffic collisions, hazardous material incidents and other emergencies such as floods or terrorist attacks. In addition to responding to emergency calls, they also provide community safety education programs and work with local authorities on prevention initiatives such as smoke alarms installation campaigns. The LFB is committed to protecting people from harm through its commitment to excellence in training and operations.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Fire Brigade collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the brave firefighters of London. Our collection showcases images that capture the courage and dedication of these heroes as they battle fires and save lives in one of the world's busiest cities. From vintage black-and-white photographs to modern-day action shots, our collection offers a range of styles and perspectives on the work of London's fire brigade. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to decorate your home or office or want to send a thoughtful card to someone who admires these brave men and women, there is something for everyone in this impressive collection. With high-quality printing techniques used throughout each product type offered by Media Storehouse - including giclee printing on archival paper - you can be sure that any item you choose will look fantastic for years to come.
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What are Fire Brigade (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Fire Brigade art prints are a collection of high-quality images that depict the brave firefighters of London, England. These prints showcase the heroic efforts and dedication of these men and women who risk their lives to save others from fire emergencies. The Fire Brigade art prints available at Media Storehouse capture the essence of firefighting in London, showcasing its rich history and culture. These art prints come in various sizes, making them perfect for display in homes or offices. They are printed on premium quality paper using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that every detail is captured perfectly. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece of wall decor or a thoughtful gift for someone special, Fire Brigade art prints are an excellent choice. Fire Brigade art prints offer a unique way to celebrate the bravery and heroism of London's firefighters through beautiful imagery that captures their spirit and dedication.
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What Fire Brigade (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Fire Brigade art prints from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. These prints showcase the bravery and heroism of firefighters as they battle raging infernos to save lives and property. The collection includes vintage photographs capturing historic moments in firefighting history, as well as contemporary images that highlight the modern equipment and techniques used by today's fire departments. Some of the most popular Fire Brigade art prints available at Media Storehouse include dramatic action shots of firefighters battling flames with hoses, axes, and other tools. Other prints feature portraits of individual firefighters or group shots showcasing their camaraderie and teamwork. Whether you're a firefighter yourself or simply appreciate the courage and dedication required to do this important work, there is sure to be a Fire Brigade art print at Media Storehouse that will speak to you.
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How do I buy Fire Brigade (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Fire Brigade art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of London-themed artwork online. Once you have found the print(s) that you would like to purchase, simply add them to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before finalizing your order. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their art prints, so be sure to select the one that best fits your needs. Additionally, we offer international shipping for customers outside of the UK. When purchasing Fire Brigade art prints from Media Storehouse, you are supporting independent artists who have created unique pieces inspired by London's iconic fire service. These prints make great gifts or additions to any home or office decor.
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How much do Fire Brigade (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Fire Brigade art prints from London, England in the United Kingdom. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print that you choose. We have a variety of options available including framed or unframed prints, canvas wraps, and posters. Our Fire Brigade art prints are high-quality reproductions of original artwork featuring firefighters in action or historic images from the London Fire Brigade archives. These prints make great gifts for anyone interested in firefighting or British history. We take pride in offering affordable prices for our customers while maintaining excellent quality standards. Our team works hard to ensure that every customer is satisfied with their purchase and we stand behind all our products with a satisfaction guarantee. If you're looking for unique and beautiful Fire Brigade art prints from London, look no further than Media Storehouse.
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How will my Fire Brigade (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Fire Brigade art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and flat boxes for framed prints. Once your order has been processed, our team will carefully package your print and dispatch it via a trusted courier service. You will receive a tracking number so that you can monitor the progress of your delivery online. We understand how important it is to receive your artwork in perfect condition, which is why we take every precaution to ensure that it arrives at its destination undamaged. If for any reason there are issues with the delivery or if you have any concerns about the condition of your print upon arrival, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.