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Driven Gallery

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Choose from 264 pictures in our Driven 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-MFB, HQ station, Southwark SE1 Featured Print

LCC-MFB, HQ station, Southwark SE1

The new headquarters of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) opened in 1878 under its Chief Officer Captain Eyre Massey Shaw. With the creation of the London County Council in 1889 it became responsible for the capital's fire service and the MFB changed its name to the London Fire Brigade. Seen here is the HQ engine house with its horse drawn escape cart and two horse drawn steam driven pumps. They were first introduced into the London Fire Engine Establishment (the forerunner of the MFB) in 1860

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Blenheims and Messerschmitts by G. H. Davis Featured Print

Blenheims and Messerschmitts by G. H. Davis

The fight between Bristol Blenheims and Messerschmitt 110 destroyer planes over the North Sea during the Second World War. Showing the Messerschmitts wheeling to attack with shell guns, a Blenheim driven out of formation, and a Messerschmitt down in the sea.
10 January 1940

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20 1st prototype F-WLKB Featured Print

Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20 1st prototype F-WLKB

Dassault-Breguet Mystere 20 1st prototype F-WLKB at the 1964 Paris Air Show, shown with the two 3,300 lbf Pratt & Whitney JT12A-8 turbojet engines originally fitted. Of note is the anti-spin parachute housing under the rear fuselage , which housed a parachute that could be released to assist in recovering from spins. Re-named Falcon 20, F-WLKB also changed registration to F-BLKB, indicating that it was no longer considered experimental. F-WLKB - F-BLKB was later re-engined with General Electric CF700 turbofans, ( The CF700 was an aft-fan variant of the General Electric CJ610 turbojet, where the fan is attached to the LP turbine tips and driven directly rather than through a shaft. Date: 1964

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans