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Images Dated 31st May 2016

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Rescue following V2 rocket attack, Manor Park, London, WW2 Featured 31 May 2016 Print

Rescue following V2 rocket attack, Manor Park, London, WW2

Rescue of a woman following a V2 rocket attack in Manor Park. Although many rescues took place, hundreds of Londoners died in these attacks, launched in the latter stages of WW2. This woman was fully conscious but buried up to her neck in debris. She survived, having received only minor injuries

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Little girl at a New Year party, Soho Fire Station, London Featured 31 May 2016 Print

Little girl at a New Year party, Soho Fire Station, London

A little girl with Father Christmas (fireman Pester) at a New Year party, Soho Fire Station, London, 2 January 1955. A total of 65 children attended the party. There were six children present whose fathers had died in service -- Station Officer Hawkins, and firemen Rawden and Gadd. The little girl is Carol Anne Rawden, age one year, receiving a doll's cot at the presentation after the party. All the toys were made by station personnel

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

LCC-London Fire Brigade. Kensington fire station Featured 31 May 2016 Print

LCC-London Fire Brigade. Kensington fire station

Located in Old Court Place near Kensington Church Street, Kensington fire station retained a horse drawn turntable ladder until 1921 when it was finally replaced by a motorised version. It was the Brigade's last remaining horse-drawn fire engine. The picture shows Kensington's appliance room, prior to that date, with the horses in their stalls and the fire engines in readiness for the next call. In the corner is the station watchroom with a man sitting at the desk

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library