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London Fire Brigade Collection: Sports

Sports Collection
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Background imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: West Ham Fire Brigade

West Ham Fire Brigade
A manual horse drawn fire pump belonging to West Ham Fire Brigade with a Victorian fire crew

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Kensington fire station, SW London

LCC-LFB Kensington fire station, SW London
Located in Old Court Place near Kensington Church Street, Kensington fire station retained a horse drawn turntable ladder until 1921 when it was finally replaced by a motorised version

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Motorised appliance with crew

Motorised appliance with crew

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Volunteer Fire Brigade with appliances

Volunteer Fire Brigade with appliances typical of those used at the time: a horse drawn steamer, horse drawn manual pump, horse drawn escape, hand wheeled escape, and a hose cart

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Dual purpose appliances (pump escape)

LCC-LFB Dual purpose appliances (pump escape)
Introduced into the London Fire Brigade in 1934, dual purpose appliances meant that the ladders the fire engines carried were interchangeable

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Kennington fire station, Lambeth

LCC-LFB Kennington fire station, Lambeth
Built by the London County Council, Kennington fire station was located in Renfrew Road, Lower Kennington, South London. Seen here are its horse drawn escape ladder

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFCDA-LFB Fire Rescue tenders

LFCDA-LFB Fire Rescue tenders
The 1990s saw a new breed of fire rescue tenders, large and small, introduced into the London Fire Brigade. The heavy rescue unit carried a comprehensive range of cutting and spreading equipment

Background imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Holloway fire station appliance room

LCC-LFB Holloway fire station appliance room
Station 76 was Holloway fire station, North London, located in Mayton Street, opened in 1907. Here its self propelled pump and pump-escape stand ready in the appliance room

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Magirus (screw) 100ft turntable ladder

LCC-LFB Magirus (screw) 100ft turntable ladder
An example of the Dennis Morris Magirus turntable ladder in its fire station appliance room

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB turntable ladders in use at Hackney fire

LFB turntable ladders in use at Hackney fire
Firefighters in action at Messrs Woolf, a furniture store in Hackney, East London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Bedford Heavy Unit in the NFS (London Region)

Bedford Heavy Unit in the NFS (London Region)
About 1000 of the pumps were built on a Bedford chassis and most were capable of pumping water at 700 gallons per minute. Here a heavy unit and crew are undertaking hose drills at Lambeth

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade 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 imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Government supplied NFS pump escape and trailer pump

Government supplied NFS pump escape and trailer pump
A grey pump escape and trailer pump prior to having its NFS station identification number painted on the side. Seen here at the London Fire Brigade headquarters in Lambeth

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB in Lord Mayors Show, City of London

LCC-LFB in Lord Mayors Show, City of London
London firefighters and Auxiliary firefighters with appliances taking part in the annual Lord Mayors Show through the City of London. A Bedford heavy pump unit with crew leads the LFB contingent

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB, Cannon Street fire station, City of London

LCC-LFB, Cannon Street fire station, City of London
The Cannon Street fire station was opened in 1906. Seen here is the appliance room. Fire brigade horses were by now being replaced by motorised fire appliances

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Horsed appliances of the London Fire Brigade

Horsed appliances of the London Fire Brigade

Background imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-MFB Peckham fire station, Camberwell

LCC-MFB Peckham fire station, Camberwell
Built by the Metropolitan Board of Works (the forerunner of the London County Council) and opened in 1867, Peckham fire station was located in Peckham Road opposite Southampton Way SE5

Background imageLondon Fire 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 imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LCC-LFB Bishopsgate fire station, City of London

LCC-LFB Bishopsgate fire station, City of London
The pump, pump escape and turntable ladder, with their crews, on the forecourt of Bishopsgate fire station, City of London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB recruits taking part in hosepipe training at HQ

LFB recruits taking part in hosepipe training at HQ

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB recruits taking part in hook ladder training at HQ

LFB recruits taking part in hook ladder training at HQ -- having reached the top of the tower with a single hook ladder, the recruits learn the two-man hook ladder drill

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB recruits taking part in hook ladder training at HQ

LFB recruits taking part in hook ladder training at HQ -- the squad instructor, O Kitching, demonstrates how to pick up a hook ladder

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB recruits taking part in escape training at HQ

LFB recruits taking part in escape training at HQ
LFB recruits taking part in escape ladder training at HQ -- team spirit is essential as speed can save lives

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB recruits taking part in escape training at HQ

LFB recruits taking part in escape training at HQ
LFB recruits taking part in escape ladder training at HQ, learning how to extend the escape. Close supervision is essential for safety purposes

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: New LFB recruit marking his gear

New LFB recruit marking his gear
A new LFB recruit, having been kitted out with his uniform, is marking his gear with his name

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Height measurement of LFB applicant

Height measurement of LFB applicant
An LFB applicant has his height measured by a senior instructor, Station Officer Butt. The brigade minimum is 5 feet 7 inches in stockinged feet

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Chest measurement of LFB applicant

Chest measurement of LFB applicant
An LFB applicant has his chest measured by A D O Packer, commandant of the Training School. The brigade minimum is 36 inches with a two-inch expansion

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: New LFB recruit marking his gear

New LFB recruit marking his gear
A new LFB recruit marking his gear -- locker space is provided

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: LFB strength test for recruits

LFB strength test for recruits
LFB strength test -- every recruit must carry a man of approximately his own weight 100 yards in one minute

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at scene of fire at Riverside Drive, Chiswick

Firefighters at scene of fire at Riverside Drive, Chiswick
Firefighters at scene of fire at 10 Riverside Drive, Chiswick, West London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at scene of fire at Riverside Drive, Chiswick

Firefighters at scene of fire at Riverside Drive, Chiswick
Firefighters at scene of fire at 10 Riverside Drive, Chiswick, West London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at scene of fire at Riverside Drive, Chiswick

Firefighters at scene of fire at Riverside Drive, Chiswick
Firefighters at scene of fire at 10 Riverside Drive, Chiswick, West London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Cigarette butts in a tin

Cigarette butts in a tin

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London

Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London
Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire on Ladywell Road, Lewisham, SE London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London

Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London
Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire on Ladywell Road, Lewisham, SE London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London

Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London
Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire on Ladywell Road, Lewisham, SE London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London

Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London
Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire on Ladywell Road, Lewisham, SE London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London

Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London
Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire on Ladywell Road, Lewisham, SE London

Background imageLondon Fire Brigade Collection: Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London

Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire, SE London
Firefighters at the scene of a warehouse fire on Ladywell Road, Lewisham, SE London



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