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Fire Engine 'Evelyn' with Crew, Stafford Fire Brigade

Chief Fire Officer, Captain Alfred Ernest Haywood, is seated at the front of fire engine 'Evelyn', with his son Ernest driving beside him. The family dog, and probably the Brigade mascot, 'Old Don' can ...

Fire Engine, Codsall

Codsall Auxillary Fire Service Tender and Crew at The Terrace, Oaken. The Auxiliary Fire Service was created in July 1938 to assist the Fire Brigade during wartime.

Fire Engine, Stafford

Stafford Fire Brigade with their Leyland fire engine. The engine is being driven by fire fighter Ernest Haywood, son of the Chief Fire Officer Alfred Haywood. His family dog, and presumably the Brigade ...

Fire engine, Uttoxeter Carnival

A motorised fire engine with firemen on board, taking part in the 1926 Uttoxeter Carnival. One of the firemen is Paul Wilson.

Fire on Lichfield Road, Stafford

Firemen fighting a blaze in thatched cottages on Lichfield Road. These 17th century cottages stood opposite Green Hall. The cottage, number 116, was owned by Frances Brown who was 91 at the time of ...

Fire Service Flag Day, Stafford,

Fire Service Flag Day in aid of the Widows and Orphans Fund on Market Square, Stafford. The Captain of the Brigade, Mr Ernest Haywood, is fourth from the left.

Fire, Thatched Cottages on Lichfield Road, Stafford,

Firemen putting out a fire in the thatch of a cottage on Lichfield Road. These seventeenth century cottages stood opposite Green Hall. Today the site is occupied by a garage. This cottage, number ...

Fireman Sergeant Hambleton, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Sergeant Hambleton in his full fireman's uniform. At the time the Fire Station was located at Barracks on Barracks Road.

Fireman, Eccleshall,

Captain R.F. Shaw, Station Officer. Eccleshall Fire Station was built on High Street in 1891. Today the building is a hairdressing salon.

Firemen outside Eccleshall Fire Station,

Eccleshall Fire Station was built on High Street in 1891. Today the building is a hairdressing salon. The fire engine was named 'Eagle' and the Station Captain was Henry Garlick.

Firemen outside Stone Fire Station,

Group of firemen in uniform outside the fire station on Crown Street.

Floods, Blythe Bridge

Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook Local Historical Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Floods, Stafford Street, Stone,

In August 1987, the Scotch Brook culvert burst causing much flooding. This photograph taken at the junction of Stafford Street and Crown Street. The Agrocat, the County Fire and Rescue Service's amphibious ...

Gibson's Boys, Stoke-on-Trent

Photograph of a group of men from Stoke-on-Trent. Sitting behind the sign is Jack Underhill who was working with Stoke-on-Trent Fire Brigade at Longton Fire Station at the time.

Hixon Rail Disaster

Firemen on the roof of a train carriage. In the group of policemen bottom left are Sgt. John Riley (the Sergeant wearing the helmet) who was stationed at Stone, and the Constable on the extreme left without ...

Hose cart with Firemen, Stafford Fire Service

With the hose cart are Corporal J. Thorpe (left) and Thomas Edwin Haywood (1886-1958) (right). Thomas was the younger brother of Alfred Ernest Haywood, who would become Stafford's Fire Chief Officer.

Ind Coope and Allsop Fire Brigade, Burton upon Trent

The fire crew are, left to right: Tom Woodward, Ralph Stevens, Alf Price (Sub Officer), John Stevenson and Norman Edwards. The fire engine, registration FHA222 is a Dennis Merryweather Pump escape ...

King Edward VII Motoring through Stone,

King Edward VII passed through Stone on his way to Alton Towers. Crowds lined the route to catch a glimpse of him, as seen here on Granville Square. The whole town was decorated for the occasion and ...