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London
SR, Bricklayers Arms Depot
Pages Walk, Bermondsey
Fighting Fire
4 June 1936
 
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London
LCC Fire Brigade HQ, Southwark
Life saving demonstration
15 Aug. 1934
 
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Firefighters at the top of 100 ft
turntable ladders link hands

 
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London
Charing Cross
New London Fire float
Massey Shaw
hose drill
24 April 1935
 
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London
LCC Fire Brigade HQ, Southwark
Escape competition
10 Apr. 1932
 
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