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Batteries Gallery

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Choose from 70 pictures in our Batteries collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


LCC-LFB, Cannon Street fire station, City of London Featured Print

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, but the stalls for the horses which pulled the horse drawn turntable ladder can be seen behind the electric-driven escape van. The batteries for this escape-van were stored under the engine's bonnet and the fire engine weighed about two tons. The power driven pump and pump-escape and horse drawn turntable ladder await the next call

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

WW1
WW1
LCC-LFB battery-electric pump-escape at Southwark Featured Print

LCC-LFB battery-electric pump-escape at Southwark

An early electric wheeled escape ladder vehicle, Cedes battery-driven pump/50ft escape, based at Bow fire station, seen here in the drill yard at Southwark Headquarters. Batteries stowed under the bonnet added 2.5 tons to the total vehicle weight. Although battery power did not last long in the London Fire Brigade, the emerging shape of the early 20th century fire engine is clearly visible

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

The great fight at Charleston S.C. April, 7th 1863: between Featured Print

The great fight at Charleston S.C. April, 7th 1863: between

The great fight at Charleston S.C. April, 7th 1863: between 9 United States Iron-Clads, under the command of Admiral Dupont; and Forts Sumter, Moultrie, and the Cummings Point Batteries in possession of the rebels. Date c1863. The great fight at Charleston S.C. April, 7th 1863: between 9 United States Iron-Clads, under the command of Admiral Dupont; and Forts Sumter, Moultrie, and the Cummings Point Batteries in possession of the rebels. Date c1863

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress