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Pumping Gallery

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

Choose from 106 pictures in our Pumping 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 Shand Mason motor steam fire engine Featured Print

LCC-LFB Shand Mason motor steam fire engine

The motor steam fire engine with independent pumping and propelling engines was developed later than the Merryweather Fire King self-propelled steam engine. Developed in 1909 with its oil burning boiler to a double-cylinder reversing engine its first sale was to the London Fire Brigade. The chain drive, from the engine, can be clearly seen attached to the axle of the rear wheel. Seen here at London Fire Brigade headquarters, Southwark SE1

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Eisleben Water Raising Machine. William Richards, Hettstedt Featured Print

Eisleben Water Raising Machine. William Richards, Hettstedt

Eisleben Water Raising Machine. William Richards, Hettstedt, 1813. This engine was used until 1885 in Eisleben for pumping water out of a copper mine. It is regarded as the oldest surviving steam engine in Germany. Its design is similar to the first water raising engine in Prussia which was built at Hettstedt in 1785. The engine operates on WattA?o?s principle with low pressure. Deutches Museum. Munich. Germany

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Charlotte Fire Department vehicle, North Carolina, USA Featured Print

Charlotte Fire Department vehicle, North Carolina, USA

Charlotte Fire Department vehicle, North Carolina, USA, August 1935. It was the first enclosed Sedan-type fire appliance in America -- a six-cylinder engine of 160 horsepower with a pumping capacity of 750 gallons per minute. It was fitted with a 100 gallon water tank to which was fitted 250 feet of booster pump hose. Date: 1935

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library