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Fire at supply depot, Limmer Wharf, Barking, Essex Featured New LFB pix Print

Fire at supply depot, Limmer Wharf, Barking, Essex

Panoramic view of a fire which broke out at a Ministry of Supply depot, Limmer Wharf, Barking, Essex, on 27 October 1947. Seen here is the fire in its early stages. The burning stacks of baled rubber were dangerously close to the British Anti-Fouling Company building which contained many gallons of solvent naphtha, white spirit, paints, varnishes and other materials

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Firefighters in action with hosepipes, Shad Thames, SE1 Featured New LFB pix Print

Firefighters in action with hosepipes, Shad Thames, SE1

Firefighters in action with hosepipes at night, at a fire in Shad Thames, 19 February 1958, at the premises of Corry & Co, showing the Gainsford Street/Maguire Street corner of the building. At this stage the first floor was completely involved, with the fire spreading rapidly to the upper floors and roof. After a partial internal collapse, crews were withdrawn from inside and the main attack was concentrated with escapes and extension ladders pitched to the various floors on three sides of the building

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Aftermath of major fire, Smithfield Poultry Market, London Featured New LFB pix Print

Aftermath of major fire, Smithfield Poultry Market, London

The aftermath of a fire at Smithfield Poultry Market, London, on 23 January 1958, looking north along the eastern gangway, taken about 36 hours after the fire had broken out. Immense damage was caused to one end of the large market halls, but the fire was contained to the main structure despite being surrounded by other high-risk premises. In all 389 pumps and 1700 officers and men fought the fire during the 40-hour battle

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library