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LCC-MFB, HQ station, Southwark SE1 Featured 1890 Print

LCC-MFB, HQ station, Southwark SE1

The new headquarters of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) opened in 1878 under its Chief Officer Captain Eyre Massey Shaw. With the creation of the London County Council in 1889 it became responsible for the capital's fire service and the MFB changed its name to the London Fire Brigade. Seen here is the HQ engine house with its horse drawn escape cart and two horse drawn steam driven pumps. They were first introduced into the London Fire Engine Establishment (the forerunner of the MFB) in 1860

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Council Chamber BL10039 Featured 1890 Print

Council Chamber BL10039

SPRING GARDENS, Westminster. Interior of the Council Chamber for London County Council. Photographed by Bedford Lemere in 1890 for the architect J Blashill, shortly after the Council Chamber had been fitted out. London County Council was created in 1889. It took over the role of the Metropolitan Board of Works and adopted its headquarters in Spring Gardens near Trafalgar Square. London County Council later moved to County Hall in Lambeth, where construction started in 1909

© Historic England

LCC- MFB Notting Hill fire station, West London Featured 1890 Print

LCC- MFB Notting Hill fire station, West London

Notting Hill fire station (A10) was built in 1868 by the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB), located at 83 Ladbroke Road. The previous year, escape ladders were put under the control of the MFB who took over this role from the Royal Society for the Preservation of Life from Fire. Here the escape ladder is seen by the Fire lantern, although the MFB now carried these ladders on horse drawn escape carts. The station closed in 1915 and was converted to a private residence

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library