LCC-LFB Merryweather self-propelled Hatfield pump
Merryweather Hatfield pump, with crew. This was one of the first motorised fire engines used by the London Fire Brigade, capable of 30 mph. A normal crew would consist of up to six firefighters: for the benefit of the photographer the entire station duty watch have climbed aboard!
© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library
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Richard Shuttleworth in the restored Blriot with Mr A.?
Richard Shuttleworth in the restored Blriot with Mr A.E. Grimmer, its original owner, at London Aeroplane Club?s Garden Party, Hatfield, 12 September 1936. Date: 1936
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William of Hatfield, second son of Edward III
William of Hatfield, second son of Edward III. Died in infancy, but depicted as a young man. . Handcolored engraving from Civil Costume of England from the Conquest to the Present Period drawn by Charles Martin and etched by Leopold Martin, London, Henry Bohn, 1842. The costumes were drawn from tapestries, monumental effigies, illuminated manuscripts and portraits. Charles and Leopold Martin were the sons of the romantic artist and mezzotint engraver John Martin (1789-1854).
© Florilegius / Mary Evans