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LCC-LFB horse drawn escape cart and ladder Featured 8 Dec 2011 Image

LCC-LFB horse drawn escape cart and ladder

A horse-drawn 50 foot wheeled escape ladder and five man crew in Southwark Headquarters drill yard. These escape ladders could be very quickly slipped by the crew and extended up to a window. Their sole purpose was rescue, and these units, one of which was based at each fire station, carried no firefighing equipment. There were no warning devices to help them through London's traffic ? the crew would should ?Hi! Hi! Hi!? to clear the way. The firefighter on the left has his right hand on the brake lever and would operate this during the exciting dash to the fire

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

New Chelsea Fire Station, Kings Road, London Featured 8 Dec 2011 Image

New Chelsea Fire Station, Kings Road, London

Opened in 1965, Chelsea Fire Station was the last fire station commissioned to be built by the London County Council prior to the creation of the Greater London Council in 1965. Located in the Kings Road it replaced Brompton fire station which was closed down. In 1968 two firemen from Chelsea fire station lost their lives fighting a fire in the Kings Road, Chelsea

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Fire Brigade street fire alarm call post Featured 8 Dec 2011 Image

Fire Brigade street fire alarm call post

A passer-by pulls a fire alarm to notify the fire brigade of an incident. By the outbreak of the First World War the London Fire Brigade area was well covered with electric fire alarms. On breaking the glass cover, the brass handle was pulled and this would register at the fire station the precise location of the alarm. The instruction on the alarm says: ?Wait for Engine?, so that the caller could then direct the crew into action

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library