Skip to main content
emoji_people   Now is the perfect time to order your Christmas Prints and Gifts from our collection   card_giftcard
sales@mediastorehouse.com
Home > New LFB pix

New LFB pix Gallery

Choose from 716 pictures in our New LFB pix collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


NFS recruiting van at Olympia Featured New LFB pix Print

NFS recruiting van at Olympia

A National Fire Service recruiting van at Olympia, West London, 14 February 1946, possibly aiming to recruit soldiers returning from the war and visiting to the RAOC (Royal Army Ordnance Corps) Civilian Clothing Depot

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

1940s, 1946, 40s, Army, Brigade, Career, Civilian, Clothing, Corps, Depot, Employment, February, Fire, Firefighters, Firefighting, Forties, Job, Lfb, London, National, Nfs, Olympia, Ordnance, Postwar, Profession, Raoc, Recruit, Recruiting, Recruitment, Royal, Service, Transport, Van, Vehicle, West

Fire safety for children Featured New LFB pix Print

Fire safety for children

Fire safety for children -- a boy and girl playing near a wrecked car. The boy is about to strike a match near the open fuel cap. If the car still contains petrol there could be an explosion and the children could be badly injured

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Box, Boy, Brigade, Car, Cars, Child, Children, Danger, Dangerous, Fire, Firefighter, Firefighting, Fireman, Firemen, Flammable, Fuel, Girl, Inflammable, Lfb, London, Match, Matches, Open, Petrol, Play, Playing, Precaution, Precautions, Safe, Safety, Service, Strike, Striking, Wreck, Wrecked

Charlotte Fire Department vehicle, North Carolina, USA Featured New LFB pix Print

Charlotte Fire Department vehicle, North Carolina, USA

Charlotte Fire Department vehicle, North Carolina, USA, August 1935. It was the first enclosed Sedan-type fire appliance in America -- a six-cylinder engine of 160 horsepower with a pumping capacity of 750 gallons per minute. It was fitted with a 100 gallon water tank to which was fitted 250 feet of booster pump hose

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library