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In a world engulfed by flames, a heroic fireman emerges as the savior of a young girl trapped inside

Background imagePipe Collection: Heroic fireman rescuing girl from fire

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

Background imagePipe Collection: Sherlock Holmes / Reverie

Sherlock Holmes / Reverie
the great detective surrounded by memories of his greatest triumphs

Background imagePipe 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 imagePipe Collection: Gypsy Caravans

Gypsy Caravans
A group of travellers and their horse-drawn caravans/wagons. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imagePipe Collection: Coopers at work making wooden barrels

Coopers at work making wooden barrels
Four coopers hard at work in their workshop making traditional wooden barrels. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imagePipe Collection: The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Pauls Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The cathedral was built in stages and is one of the City of Melbournes major landmarks

Background imagePipe Collection: Lambs in Snow at Soanes Farm, Petworth, 1932

Lambs in Snow at Soanes Farm, Petworth, 1932
Photograph by George Garland Garland Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Garland N5530

Background imagePipe Collection: Holmes Smoking Pipe

Holmes Smoking Pipe
THE MAN WITH THE TWISTED LIP Holmes ponders the problem

Background imagePipe Collection: Organ audition by Cavaill魃oll

Organ audition by Cavaill魃oll
An organ audition for an instrument built by Aristide CavaillÚ¡âoll, held in his own spacious business residence on Avenue de Maine, Paris Date: 1870

Background imagePipe Collection: David Bryant with Pipe

David Bryant with Pipe
David Bryant, CBE, bowls legend; a trout-fishing, pipe- smoking man of Somerset who is regarded as the greatest player in the history of the sport

Background imagePipe Collection: The March of Intellect, (1828?). Artist: Robert Seymour

The March of Intellect, (1828?). Artist: Robert Seymour
The March of Intellect, (1828?); showing a juggernaut figure with London University on its head and balloons issuing from its pipe, sweeping and kicking to one side lawyers, vicars, and quack doctors

Background imagePipe Collection: England / Appledore

England / Appledore
Appledore, a quaint fishing village and seaport in North Devon, situated on the estuary of the River Torridge and Taw

Background imagePipe Collection: Sherlock Holmes theatre poster

Sherlock Holmes theatre poster
Theatrical poster advertising a production of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Background imagePipe Collection: Wurlitzer Pipe Organ Ad

Wurlitzer Pipe Organ Ad
WURLITZER Have your own Wurlitzer installed at home and charm the hours away with the lovliest of melodies

Background imagePipe Collection: Thames / Wapping Old Stair

Thames / Wapping Old Stair
A busy scene at Wapping Old Stairs

Background imagePipe Collection: Daphne du Maurier in Fowey

Daphne du Maurier in Fowey
Daphne du Maurier (1907 - 1989), English writer and novelist, author of Rebecca and Jamaica Inn, pictured looking rather dashing while smoking a pipe

Background imagePipe Collection: Comic postcard, Donald McGill self-portrait Date: 20th century

Comic postcard, Donald McGill self-portrait Date: 20th century

Background imagePipe Collection: Ghost plant or Indian pipe, Monotropa uniflora

Ghost plant or Indian pipe, Monotropa uniflora. Monotrope a une fleur. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali

Background imagePipe Collection: A team of working horses at work

A team of working horses at work in the fields ploughing. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith Date: circa 1980

Background imagePipe Collection: Portrait Of Sioux Chief Sitting Bull

Portrait Of Sioux Chief Sitting Bull
Portrait shows the chief of the Sioux tribe Sitting Bull (1831 - 1890), known as Tatanka Iyotake to his people, as he sits in Bismarck, North Dakota, 1881

Background imagePipe Collection: SHERLOCK HOLMES. Basil Rathbone (1892-1967). English actor. In the role of Sherlock Holmes

SHERLOCK HOLMES. Basil Rathbone (1892-1967). English actor. In the role of Sherlock Holmes

Background imagePipe Collection: Sherlock Holmes theatre poster

Sherlock Holmes theatre poster
Theatre poster advertising a four-part drama of Sherlock Holmes, playing at the Grand Theatre in Halifax, the show travelling from the Lyceum Theatre in London

Background imagePipe Collection: Group photo, Millwall Athletic football team

Group photo, Millwall Athletic football team
Millwall Athletic football team for the 1895-1896 season, including Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and Trainer, as well as the players themselves. circa 1895

Background imagePipe Collection: Haulier and assistant, Baldwins Level, South Wales

Haulier and assistant, Baldwins Level, South Wales
A haulier and his assistant, with a pit pony pulling a truck, at Baldwins Clog and Legging Level, near Pontypool, South Wales

Background imagePipe Collection: White Star Line pipe rack with drawers

White Star Line pipe rack with drawers
A wooden item, possibly a pipe rack, with two drawers, from the White Star Line cruise liner company

Background imagePipe Collection: Holmes / Footprints

Holmes / Footprints
THE SIGN OF FOUR Holmes, pipe between his teeth, examines footprints

Background imagePipe 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 imagePipe Collection: Niels Bohr, caricature

Niels Bohr, caricature
Niels Bohr (1885-1962). Caricature of the Danish physicist Niels Henrik David Bohr, blowing orbiting electrons out of his pipe. Bohr won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922

Background imagePipe Collection: Augustus John / Cafe Royal

Augustus John / Cafe Royal
AUGUSTUS EDWIN JOHN The artist and friends at the Cafe Royal in London

Background imagePipe Collection: Taking tea in the Harem. Creator: Ernst, Rudolf (1854-1932)

Taking tea in the Harem. Creator: Ernst, Rudolf (1854-1932)
Taking tea in the Harem. Private Collection

Background imagePipe Collection: People salmon netting at Bideford, Devon

People salmon netting at Bideford, Devon
Four people standing in the water salmon netting at Bideford, Devon. Date: circa 1960s

Background imagePipe Collection: WW2 poster, The Merchant Navy was there

WW2 poster, The Merchant Navy was there! Merchant Navy Comforts Service. Date: 1940s

Background imagePipe Collection: Alfred A. G. Hales, Vanity Fair, Spy

Alfred A. G. Hales, Vanity Fair, Spy
ALFRED ARTHUR GREENWOOD HALES (1860-1936) Australian novelist and war correspondent. Caption: Peace and War Date: 1860 - 1936

Background imagePipe Collection: Snake charmer playing flute-like instrument, snake emerging from basket in front

Snake charmer playing flute-like instrument, snake emerging from basket in front

Background imagePipe Collection: Europe, Germany, Bavaria, Passau

Europe, Germany, Bavaria, Passau
Ornate pipe organ, St. Stevens Cathedral, Passau, Bavaria, Germany

Background imagePipe Collection: Doctors at Queen Marys Hospital in Sidcup, Kent, have produced a film on the life

Doctors at Queen Marys Hospital in Sidcup, Kent, have produced a film on the life of one of their nurses as an aid to recruitment. Doctor L

Background imagePipe 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 imagePipe Collection: Silhouette of a local squire and his dog

Silhouette of a local squire and his dog
Silhouette of a local squire having a drink in his local pub, with his dog at his feet. An advertisement for Worthington beer

Background imagePipe Collection: Smoking club, 18th century artwork

Smoking club, 18th century artwork. The practice of smoking tobacco was popularised in England and Ireland in the 1580s and 1590s by the English soldier and explorer Sir Walter Raleigh (c.1552-1618)

Background imagePipe Collection: ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955). American (German-born) theoretical physicist

ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955). American (German-born) theoretical physicist
ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955). German-American theoretical physicist. At his home in Princeton, New Jersey. Photograph by Lucien Aigner, 1940, digitally colored by Granger, NYC

Background imagePipe Collection: Sir Mortimer Wheeler

Sir Mortimer Wheeler
Portrait of Sir Mortimer Wheeler (1890 - 1976), archaeologist and broadcaster, seated at his desk in the British Academy. Through the medium of television

Background imagePipe Collection: Ww1 Postcard Soldier

Ww1 Postcard Soldier
Tommy guards the flag with bayonet in hand and pipe in mouth!

Background imagePipe Collection: Part of the tremendous stores of Stephen and Sons Ltd shipyard, Glasgow

Part of the tremendous stores of Stephen and Sons Ltd shipyard, Glasgow. This was a Scottish shipbuilding company based in Linthouse, Govan in Glasgow, on the River Clyde. Circa, 1950s

Background imagePipe Collection: Surreal study, 1952. Creator: Shirley Markham

Surreal study, 1952. Creator: Shirley Markham
Surreal study, 1952. Illustration for a poem by TS Eliot. Shirley Markham (1931-1999) studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Central School of Art in London from 1950-1952

Background imagePipe Collection: Wonders of the cinema organ by G. H. Davis

Wonders of the cinema organ by G. H. Davis
Noises played for films: wonders of the cinema organ. Thunder, shots and tom-toms controlled by an organist: a film-theatre organ that creates sound effects. Date: 1929

Background imagePipe Collection: Bolivia-Carnival-Oruro

Bolivia-Carnival-Oruro
A member of the Negritos del Pagador fraternity dances during the inaugural parade of the Carnival of Oruro, one of UNESCOs Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Background imagePipe Collection: Edwin Hubble, US astronomer C008 / 8831

Edwin Hubble, US astronomer C008 / 8831
Edwin Hubble. Caricature of the US astronomer, cosmologist, athlete and boxer Edwin Powell Hubble (1889-1953) smoking a pipe

Background imagePipe Collection: Silhouette of men in a pub

Silhouette of men in a pub
The Lads of the Village -- silhouette of men enjoying a drink of beer in their local pub. An advertisement for Worthington beer



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In a world engulfed by flames, a heroic fireman emerges as the savior of a young girl trapped inside. With unwavering determination, he braves the scorching heat and billowing smoke to rescue her from certain peril. The pipe clenched between his teeth serves as a symbol of his indomitable spirit and unwavering courage. Meanwhile, in the depths of Sherlock Holmes' reverie, his trusty pipe becomes an extension of his brilliant mind. As wisps of smoke curl around him, he unravels intricate mysteries with unparalleled astuteness. The pipe acts as both muse and companion on his thrilling adventures through the foggy streets of London. Amidst bustling coopers crafting wooden barrels, their rhythmic hammering resonates like a symphony in harmony. Each stroke shapes the sturdy vessels that will hold precious liquids for generations to come. The scent of freshly cut wood mingles with tobacco smoke wafting from their pipes—a testament to craftsmanship passed down through time. Gypsy caravans traverse picturesque landscapes, their occupants finding solace within their humble abodes adorned with vibrant fabrics and trinkets collected along nomadic journeys. And amidst this wandering lifestyle, one constant remains—the comforting presence of a smoldering pipe glowing brightly against the backdrop of starlit nights. Within St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne stands an awe-inspiring pipe organ—its majestic pipes reaching towards heaven itself. Its resounding notes fill every corner with ethereal melodies that touch souls and transport worshippers into realms beyond earthly existence—an instrument capable of stirring emotions deep within our core. In secluded forests lies an enigmatic plant known as ghost plant or Indian pipe—a delicate white flower emerging mysteriously from darkened soil without chlorophyll's green hue. Like whispers from another realm captured in nature's poetry, it enchants all who stumble upon its ethereal beauty—a reminder that even in darkness there is grace.