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Featured Vauxhall and Lambeth Print

Merryweather's Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich

Merryweather's Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich, London, were builders of steam fire engines and steam tram engines. The founder was Moses Merryweather (1791-1872) of Clapham, who was joined by Richard Moses (1839-1877). They took Edward Field's design of a vertical boiler and successfully applied it for use in their steam fire engine, thus improving water pressure and making easier to use once steam had been got up.
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Featured Vauxhall and Lambeth Print

Lambeth Walk - dance "The Lambeth Walk" is a song from the 1937 musical Me and My Girl

Lambeth Walk - dance
"The Lambeth Walk" is a song from the 1937 musical Me and My Girl (with book and lyrics by Douglas Furber and L. Arthur Rose and music by Noel Gay). The song takes its name from a local street once notable for its street market and working class culture in Lambeth, an area of London, England. "The Lambeth Walk" has the distinction of being the subject of a headline in The Times in October 1938: "While dictators rage and statesmen talk, all Europe dances to The Lambeth Walk."
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London Fire Brigade have amber lights to give right of way

London Fire Brigade have amber lights to give right of way.
The demonstration of the powerful new amber coloured lights with which every appliance used by London fireman motor pumps and escapes, extension ladders and emergency tenders, is to be fitted was held at the new London Fire Brigade headquarters on the Albert Embankment.
The light which can be detected at a distance by police for an motorist, are being adopted to solve the problem of brigades coming across traffic signals on their way to fires.
It is hoped that the combination will enable engines and escapes to rush past the road signals in emergency with comparative safety.
Photo shows, fireman, demonstrating the new amber light on a fire engine of the Lambeth headquarters of the Fire Brigade.
14 June 1937

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