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Eccleshall Firemen and Fire Engine,

Group of firemen with a fire engine and ladders outside Eccleshall Fire Station built on High Street in 1891. Today the building is a hairdressing salon. The fire engine was named 'Eagle'.

Eccleshall Firemen,

Eccleshall Fire Station was built in High Street in 1891. Today the building is a hairdressing salon.

Elford Fire Brigade

Elford Fire Brigade attending a fire at Elford Park Farm using a small manual pump.

Engines for Extinguishing Fires - Document from the Enoch Wood Scrapbook

A Fire Service for Burslem, Tunstall and Longport Printed notice outlining the resolutions from a meeting at the Legs of Man in Burslem on 25th February 1799. At the meeting it was decided to form ...

English Electric Co., Stafford Works Fire Engine

The English Electric Co. Land Rover fire engine is pictured in action with two members of the Works Fire Brigade. On the left Fireman W. Allen checks hoses connected to the fire engine pump and on the ...

English Electric Co., Stafford, Annual Fire Brigade Competitions

The English Electric Co. had many large manufacturing sites around the United Kingdom, each with their own Fire Brigades. Over the years annual inter-works competitions were held for the Fire Crews. ...

English Electric Co., Stafford, Annual Fire Brigade Competitions

The English Electric Co. had many large manufacturing sites around the United Kingdom with their own Fire Brigades and over the years held annual inter-works competitions for the Fire Crews. Pictured ...

English Electric Co., Stafford, Annual Fire Brigade Competitions

One of the Fire Brigade teams is pictured preparing hoses to aim at the competition targets. The day’s events took place at Stychfields sports field, adjacent to the Stafford Works. In the background ...

English Electric Fire Brigade, Stafford,

Pictured are seven firemen from the English Electric Co. Lichfield Road site in Stafford. They are holding the Chief Officer's shield and trophies following being voted 'Best Industrial Fire Brigade ...

Ernest Hector Haywood and his dog, Stafford

Fireman Ernest Hector Haywood (1903-1990) and his family dog, 'Old Don', who is seated on a motorcycle. The photograph was probably taken in the back yard of his home at 1 Orchard Street, Stafford. Note ...

Ernest Hector Haywood, Stafford

This studio portrait shows Stafford fire fighter Ernest Hector Haywood in full uniform, including his ornate and highly polished brass fire helmet. Ernest Hector Haywood (1903-1990) served in the ...

Fire Appliances, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A scene of crowds gathered to see a display of a new Merryweather and Shand Mason fire appliance taken in the High street. Firemen can be seen amongst the crowd in their uniforms. The Castle Hotel ...

Fire at Alfred Manton's Garage, Rugeley

Rugeley firemen tackle a raging fire at Alfred Manton's Garage in Sheep Fair, Rugeley. These old wooden buildings had served as a garage for Mr. Manton, and before him the Palfreyman family, for many ...

Fire at Alfred Manton's Garage, Rugeley

Rugeley firemen tackle a raging fire at Alfred Manton's Garage in Sheep Fair, Rugeley. These old wooden buildings had served as a garage for Mr. Manton, and before him the Palfreyman family, for many ...

Fire Brigade at Tamworth Castle

Tamworth Volunteer Fire Brigade on parade outside Tamworth Castle. They are seen with their Merryweather steam fire engine and extending ladder cart.

Fire Brigade, Lichfield Street, Tamworth

Fire brigade, Stafford area

Lantern slide showing a formal group of 18 firemen seated and standing by a table with trophies, tankards, clocks and helmets. Brick buildings behind. Location unknown, but possibly showing Stafford ...

Fire Engine 'Catherine' with Crew, Stafford Fire Brigade

This photograph shows Stafford Fire Brigade with the motor fire engine named 'Catherine', possibly Stafford's first, manufactured by Leyland. Alfred Ernest Haywood, later Chief Officer, is at the wheel. ...