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Images Dated 31st May 1966

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Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Lambeths pump escape on the road

GLC-LFB Lambeths pump escape on the road
Lambeth fire stations pump-escape pictured on Lambeth Palace Road, SE1, in September 1966, with the Houses of Parliament in the background

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB - Croydon vehicle workshops

GLC-LFB - Croydon vehicle workshops
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each location, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Shop roof fire, Dagenham, Essex

GLC-LFB Shop roof fire, Dagenham, Essex
A turntable ladder at work at the scene of a fire in Dagenham, Essex, involving a parade of shops where fire had broken through the roof

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Warehouse fire, Herring Street, London

GLC-LFB Warehouse fire, Herring Street, London
A serious warehouse fire in riverside wharfs and a turntable ladder at work in the distance. In the foreground salvage tenders from the London Salvage Corps are in attendance to mitigate damage

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Junior firemen learning to drive

GLC-LFB Junior firemen learning to drive
The Junior firemen scheme in London ran from 1964 until 1969. 16-17 year old boys were put under extended training until they could be enrolled as operational firefighters at 18

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB appliance fleet - foam tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet - foam tender
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: LCC-LFB Wilfred Pickles (BBC) at Fire Brigade HQ

LCC-LFB Wilfred Pickles (BBC) at Fire Brigade HQ
The BBCs Have a Go radio programme visited the London Fire Brigade with its host, Wilfred Pickles. The picture shows the radio broadcast from the HQs lecture theatre

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Headquarters, Lambeth fire station

GLC-LFB Headquarters, Lambeth fire station
The pump-escape, pump and turntable ladder from Lambeth fire station stand on the forecourt of the Brigade Headquarters. Lambeth fire station occupied the ground and first floor of the main building

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London

Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, viewed from the Embankment in front of Lambeth Palace, March 1966

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: View of Lambeth Palace, London

View of Lambeth Palace, London, seen from Lambeth Bridge, March 1966

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Queen Elizabeth II at LFB Annual Review in Lambeth

Queen Elizabeth II at LFB Annual Review in Lambeth
Queen Elizabeth II at the Annual Review of the London Fire Brigade, Lambeth HQ

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Queen Elizabeth II at the LFB Annual Review in Lambeth

Queen Elizabeth II at the LFB Annual Review in Lambeth
Queen Elizabeth II at the Annual Review of the London Fire Brigade, Lambeth HQ on 11 November 1966

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Queen Elizabeth II at LFB Annual Review in Lambeth

Queen Elizabeth II at LFB Annual Review in Lambeth
Queen Elizabeth II at the Annual Review of the London Fire Brigade, Lambeth HQ

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray

GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray
The brigade had three Sub Officers skilled in photography, who attended all fires of special interest, fatal fires and those requiring more than eight pumps to record evidence

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray

GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray
The brigade had three Sub Officers skilled in photography, who attended all fires of special interest, fatal fires and those requiring more than eight pumps to record evidence

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray

GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray
The brigade had three Sub Officers skilled in photography, who attended all fires of special interest, fatal fires and those requiring more than eight pumps to record evidence

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray

GLC-LFB Brigade photographer Dolly Gray
The brigade had three Sub Officers skilled in photography, who attended all fires of special interest, fatal fires and those requiring more than eight pumps to record evidence

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB New Lambeth brigade control room

GLC-LFB New Lambeth brigade control room
Formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II at the Centenary Review of the LFB, seen here is a view of the new fire brigade control room at Lambeth HQ

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Model of historical appliance at Selfridges

Model of historical appliance at Selfridges

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Model of historical appliance at Selfridges

Model of historical appliance at Selfridges

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: Model of historical appliance at Selfridges

Model of historical appliance at Selfridges

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit

GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit, Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit, Lambeth HQ
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit, Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB HQ Major Control Unit, Lambeth HQ
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry

GLC-LFB appliance fleet -- hose laying lorry
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB appliance fleet - foam tender

GLC-LFB appliance fleet - foam tender
The GLC-LFB was created on 1 April 1965. A series of photos was commissioned of each type of fire engine, either within or absorbed into the enlarged London Fire Brigade

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters

Background imageImages Dated 31st May 1966: GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ

GLC-LFB Centenary Royal Review at Lambeth HQ
To celebrate the 100 years of the London Fire Brigade, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip reviewed the London Fire Brigade at Lambeth headquarters


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