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Fires Collection

Background imageFires Collection: A line-up of Green Goddess fire engine ready for action in the hanger at RAF Catterick

A line-up of Green Goddess fire engine ready for action in the hanger at RAF Catterick

Background imageFires Collection: A gang of children risks injury playing with fire on wasteland at Beaumont Street

A gang of children risks injury playing with fire on wasteland at Beaumont Street

Background imageFires Collection: Fire at Gaumont Cinema and Majestic Ballroom, Glasgow, March 1972

Fire at Gaumont Cinema and Majestic Ballroom, Glasgow, March 1972. Scene from Renfrew Street. Fireman watches as the blaze takes a grip on the building

Background imageFires Collection: The Thames Class Dover Lifeboat coming to the assistance of the fishing vessel

The Thames Class Dover Lifeboat coming to the assistance of the fishing vessel Opportunity which caught fire off of Folkestone. 23rd September 1994

Background imageFires Collection: Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading

Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading, recipient of the George Medal, with complete disregard for her own safety

Background imageFires Collection: Photo-reconnaissance image taken by 541 Squadron, RAF over Stettin, Germany

Photo-reconnaissance image taken by 541 Squadron, RAF over Stettin, Germany, following the long-range attack by aircraft of Bomber Command on the night of 20/21 April 1943

Background imageFires Collection: Double Decker Bus completely burnt out, driver Ann Mossman

Double Decker Bus completely burnt out, driver Ann Mossman and all passengers escaped unhurt, Middlesbrough, 24th July 1980

Background imageFires Collection: Fire at Sikh Temple, March 1981. Temple General Secretary Gurder Virhia outside

Fire at Sikh Temple, March 1981. Temple General Secretary Gurder Virhia outside damaged temple in Nithsdale Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow

Background imageFires Collection: Fire at Partick Thisle FC, March 1985. Home Dressing Room. Firhill Stadium, Glasgow

Fire at Partick Thisle FC, March 1985. Home Dressing Room. Firhill Stadium, Glasgow

Background imageFires Collection: Heres Father Christmas with a difference - in triplicatre and without the beards

Heres Father Christmas with a difference - in triplicatre and without the beards. Instead of arriving by sleigh to climb down the chimney the three Santas are riding high on a 100ft ladder

Background imageFires Collection: Hundreds of firefighters wer call to to tackle the fire at the four-storey Howards

Hundreds of firefighters wer call to to tackle the fire at the four-storey Howards Furnishing Stores at Clayton Street West, Newcastle

Background imageFires Collection: Crowds of spectators watch the fire at W E Harkers Furniture shop in Grainger Street

Crowds of spectators watch the fire at W E Harkers Furniture shop in Grainger Street, Newcastle

Background imageFires Collection: A traditional fire engine from the 1950s

A traditional fire engine from the 1950s

Background imageFires Collection: London Fire Brigade tackles fires close to Waterloo railway station as nine thousand

London Fire Brigade tackles fires close to Waterloo railway station as nine thousand incendiary and high explosive bombs fall on the city of London during a Luftwaffe air raid 29th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: ARP wardens and members of a search and rescue party, search for survivors after a house

ARP wardens and members of a search and rescue party, search for survivors after a house in St Leonard StreetShoreditch received a direct hit from a high explosive bomb during the raid of the night

Background imageFires Collection: Statue of the Apostle St. Bartholomew on the roof of the Northern facade of St Paul

Statue of the Apostle St. Bartholomew on the roof of the Northern facade of St Pauls Cathedral silhouetted against the fires that raged around the cathedral

Background imageFires Collection: The City of London ablaze seen from the roof of the Northern facade of St Paul

The City of London ablaze seen from the roof of the Northern facade of St Pauls Cathedral, after an estimated nine thousands incendiary bombs were dropped by the Luftwaffe on the city of London

Background imageFires Collection: Firemen attempt to control a fire in Shoreditch, London

Firemen attempt to control a fire in Shoreditch, London, during an air raid on the city on the night of the 11th January 1941

Background imageFires Collection: The wreckage of a car a blaze after being hit by a bomb

The wreckage of a car a blaze after being hit by a bomb, close to St Pauls underground station, London, during the air raid on the city on the night of the 11th January 1941

Background imageFires Collection: Members of the Fire Brigade seen here fighting fires at Alec Brookes Ltd

Members of the Fire Brigade seen here fighting fires at Alec Brookes Ltd and Blades in Stewart Street, Shoreditch during a raid on the city. 11th January 1941

Background imageFires Collection: Firemen attempt to control fires in Shoreditch, London, during an air raid on the city

Firemen attempt to control fires in Shoreditch, London, during an air raid on the city on the night of the 11th January 1941

Background imageFires Collection: Members of the Auxiliary Fire Service and London Fire Brigade seen here fighting a fire

Members of the Auxiliary Fire Service and London Fire Brigade seen here fighting a fire at the Liptons Tea Bonded Warehouse, Tabernacle Street

Background imageFires Collection: Incendiary bombs drop on Camberwell, London, during a raid on the city on the 8th - 9th

Incendiary bombs drop on Camberwell, London, during a raid on the city on the 8th - 9th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Firemen and pumps in St Pauls Cathedral church yard, London

Firemen and pumps in St Pauls Cathedral church yard, London, attempting to save the cathedral from fire as incendiary bombs are dropped in their thousands by the Luftwaffe on the City of London 29th

Background imageFires Collection: Firemen fighting fires in Cheapside, London, started by incendiary bombs dropped in their

Firemen fighting fires in Cheapside, London, started by incendiary bombs dropped in their thousands by the Luftwaffe on the City of London 29th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Statues of the Apostles St. Thomas and St. James the Lesser on the roof of the Northern

Statues of the Apostles St. Thomas and St. James the Lesser on the roof of the Northern facade of St Pauls Cathedral are silhouetted against the fires that raged around St Pauls after an estimated

Background imageFires Collection: A turntable ladder of the London Fire Brigade is silhouetted against fires close to

A turntable ladder of the London Fire Brigade is silhouetted against fires close to Waterloo railway station as nine thousand incendiary

Background imageFires Collection: Auxiliary fire engines and pumps outside St Pauls Cathedral, London

Auxiliary fire engines and pumps outside St Pauls Cathedral, London, as the fire brigade fight the fires started by incendiary bombs dropped by the Luftwaffe on the night of the 29th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Salvage workers pick through the burnt out remains of London

Salvage workers pick through the burnt out remains of Londons Guildhall the morning after the Second Great Fire of London

Background imageFires Collection: Firefighters clear fire appliances, hoses and ladders buried under debris at Carreras

Firefighters clear fire appliances, hoses and ladders buried under debris at Carreras Tobacco Company. City Road, London. Two firemen were killed and several others injured. 30th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Fire appliances, hoses and ladders buried under debris at Carreras Tobacco Company

Fire appliances, hoses and ladders buried under debris at Carreras Tobacco Company. City Road, London. Two firemen were killed and several others injured. 30th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: A member of the Home Guard looks north across the River Thames

A member of the Home Guard looks north across the River Thames, towards St Pauls Cathedral wreathed in flame and smoke as thousands of incendiary bombs are dropped by the Luftwaffe on the city of

Background imageFires Collection: The shell of a tram caught in the blast from a bomb on Victoria Embankment, London

The shell of a tram caught in the blast from a bomb on Victoria Embankment, London, is silhouetted against the fires on the South Bank of the Thames

Background imageFires Collection: Fires in the square mile of the city of London seen from the roof of St Paul

Fires in the square mile of the city of London seen from the roof of St Pauls Cathedral 29th - 30th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Statue of the Apostle St. Bartholomew on the roof of the Northern facade of St Paul

Statue of the Apostle St. Bartholomew on the roof of the Northern facade of St Pauls Cathedral silhouetted against the fires that raged around the cathedral

Background imageFires Collection: Amen Corner shops blaze furiously as nine thousand incendiary bombs fall on the city of

Amen Corner shops blaze furiously as nine thousand incendiary bombs fall on the city of London during a Luftwaffe air raid 29th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Firefighters tackle a blaze in a Timber Yard in Camberwell, London

Firefighters tackle a blaze in a Timber Yard in Camberwell, London. The fire was started by a German incendiary bomb dropped on the city during an air raid on the 8th - 9th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Children, Mums and Dad celebrate VJ Day by burning bonfires on the streets of Birmingham

Children, Mums and Dad celebrate VJ Day by burning bonfires on the streets of Birmingham 15th August 1945

Background imageFires Collection: Japanese Suicide Pilots attack British Pacific Fleet Carriers

Japanese Suicide Pilots attack British Pacific Fleet Carriers. Firefighters busy on board one of H.M. Carriers of the British Pacific Fleet after a Japanese suicide plane had crash-landed

Background imageFires Collection: Timber yard fire. Walinden Road, Hackney, London. This picture shows two types of branch

Timber yard fire. Walinden Road, Hackney, London. This picture shows two types of branch being got to work. 1. The single hose type, . 2

Background imageFires Collection: The Great Fire of London. Another one of Hitler

The Great Fire of London. Another one of Hitlers military objectives blazing furiously - a little grocers on the outfits of the city. 8th May 1941

Background imageFires Collection: Famous city church St Brides in the City of London, burning last night

Famous city church St Brides in the City of London, burning last night. 30th December 1940

Background imageFires Collection: Bristol, Firefighters in King Street during the Bristol Blitz. 1940 / 41

Bristol, Firefighters in King Street during the Bristol Blitz. 1940 / 41
Bristol, Firefighters in King Street during the Bristol Blitz. 1940/41

Background imageFires Collection: The Hamstead Colliery Fire of 4th March 1908, killed 26 men in one day

The Hamstead Colliery Fire of 4th March 1908, killed 26 men in one day. When a fire broke out there were 31 miners in the pit, 6 escaped before poisonous fumes built up in the roadways

Background imageFires Collection: Firemen fighting fires at Britannia Row, Clerkenwell, London

Firemen fighting fires at Britannia Row, Clerkenwell, London. The air raid was part of the Luftwaffes Operation Steinbock, known in the UK as the " Little Blitz". 22nd March 1944

Background imageFires Collection: Fee £75 per image up to 1 / 4 page - £95 for 1 / 2 page Schuten

Fee £75 per image up to 1 / 4 page - £95 for 1 / 2 page Schuten
Fee £ 75 per image up to 1/4 page - £ 95 for 1/2 page Schuten, the brave Alsatian dog who spotted a fire and raised the alarm... and saved the lives of a family

Background imageFires Collection: 60 firemen tackle blaze at ICI North Tees near Billingham, 2nd January 1972

60 firemen tackle blaze at ICI North Tees near Billingham, 2nd January 1972. The fire was located at the No.1 Aromatic Plant

Background imageFires Collection: Palls of smoke spread over Redcar and as far as Skelton when a fire started near

Palls of smoke spread over Redcar and as far as Skelton when a fire started near the Shell refinery at Teesport, 1st September 1971



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