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Glyptodon Asper
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Glyptodon Asper
Mutoscope at Gravesend
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Mutoscope at Gravesend
Countrywear / Men 1876
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Countrywear / Men 1876
Mastodon / Prehistoric US
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Mastodon / Prehistoric US
Taylorcraft A N19843
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Taylorcraft A N19843
LCC-MFB Kennington fire station, London SE11 Featured Image

LCC-MFB Kennington fire station, London SE11

Built by the Metropolitan Board of Works (the forerunner of the London County Council) and opened in 1870, Kennington fire station was located in Refrew Road, Lower Kennington, Lambeth where it still stands. In 1918 two of its firemen were killed in a building blaze on the Albert Embankment. The adoption of motorised fire engines by the LFB led to a reduction in the number of stations required, and 15 were closed down in 1920, Kennington being one of them

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

SATURNALIA
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SATURNALIA
Askers Road House
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Askers Road House
Boys of our Empire. India
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Boys of our Empire. India
Boys of our Empire. Canada
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Boys of our Empire. Canada
LCC-MFB Rushey Green fire station, SE London Featured Image

LCC-MFB Rushey Green fire station, SE London

Built by the Metropolitan Board of Works (the forerunner of the London County Council), Rushey Green fire station was located at Rushey Green, Catford, SE London. The widespread adoption of motorised fire engines by the LFB led to a reduction in the number of fire stations required and Rushey Green was deemed too small and surplus to requirements. The structure seen on the roof is a row of pulleys and ropes on which hoses would be pulled up to dry after use at fires

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Drying Machine
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Drying Machine
French Colonial Soldier
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French Colonial Soldier
LCC-MFB Sydenham fire station, Crystal Palace Featured Image

LCC-MFB Sydenham fire station, Crystal Palace

Built by the Metropolitan Board of Works (the forerunner of the London County Council) and opened in 1869, Sydenham fire station was located on Crystal Palace Parade in the shadow of the Crystal Palace. Originally built by Sir Joseph Paxton in London's Hyde Park for the 1851 Great Exhibition, the iron and glass Palace was relocated to Penge Common, Sydenham Hill and the area took on a new name --Crystal Palace. The Crystal Palace can be seen behind the fire station, together with a motorised fire engine at the side. The station was closed in 1915

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

BATH CHAIR
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BATH CHAIR

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