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Patricia Purser, 18, of Camberwell, who has been elected Merchant Navy Queen of Lambeth Featured Vauxhall and Lambeth Print

Patricia Purser, 18, of Camberwell, who has been elected Merchant Navy Queen of Lambeth

Patricia Purser, 18, of Camberwell, who has been elected "Merchant Navy Queen" of Lambeth. She will be crowned at a ceremony which opens Lambeth Merchant Navy Comfort Service Week on the Albert Embankment. A coach and pair will drive her to Lambeth Pier where 20 London Mayors will watch her coronation. The party will then embark to barge, while a display is given by River Thames NFS and land at Albert Embankment for a drive through the streets.
28 April 1946 History of London - Vauxhall / Lambeth

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London Fire Brigade have amber lights to give right of way Featured Vauxhall and Lambeth Print

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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Seen at Westminster today is part of the endless queue waiting to file silently into Featured Vauxhall and Lambeth Print

Seen at Westminster today is part of the endless queue waiting to file silently into

Seen at Westminster today is part of the endless queue waiting to file silently into the centuries old Westminster Hall - The Hall of Kings, to pay their respects at the catafalque of the late Sir Winston Churchill, whose body is lying in state in the history steeped hall prior to Saturday's State Funeral . The Lying in State began today and it was officially estimated that 4000 people had filed past the bier in the first hour .
27 January 1965 History of London - Vauxhall / Lambeth

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