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Pictures Dated 5th October 2011

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Featured 5 Oct 2011 Print

NFS (London Region) narrow boat fitted with fire pumps

There were 18 river fire stations along the length of the River Thames during WW2. They were used to accommodate the crews on a 24 hour standby to operate the fireboats. In addition the three permanent London Fire Brigade fireboats, including the Massey Shaw, other fireboats and craft were brought into service. Here narrow boats (known locally in London as monkey boats) were equipped with trailer pumps in order to access, and provide water supplies from, the canals that ran north of the River Thames.

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Featured 5 Oct 2011 Print

NFS (London Region) narrow boat fitted with fire pumps

There were 18 river fire stations along the length of the River Thames during WW2. They were used to accommodate the crews on a 24 hour standby to operate the fireboats. In addition the three permanent London Fire Brigade fireboats, including the Massey Shaw, other fireboats and craft were brought into service. Here narrow boats (known locally in London as monkey boats) were equipped with trailer pumps in order to access, and provide water supplies from, the canals that ran north of the River Thames.

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Featured 5 Oct 2011 Print

A newly built NFS (London Region) fire station, WW2

Located in District 37 and prefixed J1X, this fire station was built in Hayes, Bromley, Kent. During the longer lulls in enemy action following the Blitz many firemen and firewomen were engaged in various industrial production and construction works, including the repair, rebuilding and, in this case, the construction of fire stations. In this way personnel were kept busily occupied and satisfied in the knowledge that they were contributing to the war effort.

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library