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Emergency Services Gallery

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Choose from 77 pictures in our Emergency Services collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Burning of the Glasgow Theatre, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Burning of the Glasgow Theatre, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Burning of the Glasgow Theatre, 1845. Destruction of the City Theatre in Glasgow. After raging for fully an hour and a half, and a quantity of water having been thrown in by the engines, the flames subsided, having consumed every article the Theatre contained; and the brick walls and portico alone remained, presenting a most desolate and dreary picture...there is still much to regret in addition to the destruction of the Theatre, although no one sustained the slightest personal injury. No fewer than one hundred persons will be deprived of employment, with the loss, too, of a large amount of their little properties, such as music, musical instruments, and dresses, none of which are insured. The Theatre, which has only been open about four months...Mr. Anderson estimates the loss of scenery, wardrobe, machinery, and properties at £3000, making in all a sum of about £10,000. ...'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Great fire at the New-Cross Railway Station, on Monday last, October, 1844 Featured Print

Great fire at the New-Cross Railway Station, on Monday last, October, 1844

Great fire at the New-Cross Railway Station, on Monday last, October, 1844. Firefighters at the scene in south-east London: One of the most fearful fires that have occurred in the neighbourhood of the metropolis for many years took place...at the works attached to the station of the South Eastern, Brighton, and Croydon Railways at New-cross, resulting in the destruction of property to an enormous amount...It consists of an assemblage of vast workshops, large lathe and planing machine rooms, furnace rooms, carpenters and painters rooms, carriage and fire engine houses; and a grand octagonal engine house'.
From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Westland Whirlwind helicopter making a rescue, 1973. Artist: Michael Walters Featured Print

Westland Whirlwind helicopter making a rescue, 1973. Artist: Michael Walters

Westland Whirlwind helicopter making a rescue, 1973. A Westland Whirlwind HAS 10 beloning to RAF Search & Rescue lowers a member of the rescue team to recover a pilot in his life raft. The HAS 10 was the last of a line of variants which were derived from the Sikorsky S 55 and the first prototype flew in 1959. The Whirlwind was replaced by the Sea King which was introduced in 1969

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