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Clerkenwell Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 80 pictures in our Clerkenwell collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, on 8 bells, 1863 Featured Print

George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, on 8 bells, 1863

George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, playing on eight bells at once, in the steeple of St James Clerkenwell, London. The arrangement of the bell ropes are as follows: the first on his right thumb, the second on his left thumb, 3rd left elbow, 4th left hand, 5th left foot, 6th right hand, 7th right elbow, 8th right foot. He later went on to become steeple keeper of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Date: 1863

© Mary Evans Picture Library

LFB firefighters in 100 yards race, White City Stadium Featured Print

LFB firefighters in 100 yards race, White City Stadium

LFB firefighters in a 100 yards race for the Brigade Championship Final at White City Stadium, 30 August 1958. They are taking part in the LFB Athletic Association 47th Annual Athletic Meeting. The winner was C Snook of Lambeth (5) with a time of 10.7 seconds, second was L V Vandenburgh of Clerkenwell (1), third was R J H Miller of Brunswick Road (3), fourth was W W Pople of Edgware Road (2), fifth was M S Ellinas of Kentish Town (6) and sixth was M E Talbot of Holloway (4). Date: 1958

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans

LCC-LFB first emergency tender crew, Clerkenwell Featured Print

LCC-LFB first emergency tender crew, Clerkenwell

It was more a dedicated breathing apparatus fire engine but is deemed to be the forerunner of the emergency tenders. This fire engine also had a petrol engine generator to supply the electric floodlights it also carried. This fire engine was based at Clerkenwell fire station. It soon proved its worth and improved enclosed models followed and the days of the emergency tender were born. The picture shows firemen wearing the Proto one hour self contained oxygen The crew are wearing the Proto breathing apparatus introduced from 1908

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library