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Volunteer Fire Brigade, Truro, Cornwall. Early 1900s
The Volunteer Fire Brigade in action in Truro with a number of onlookers. Men are hand pumping hoses along with a steam powered engine. The Truro Volunteer Brigade was formed in 1868 and had two fire engines and an escape housed in a station in St Marys Street. The brigade moved its premises firstly to the Town Hall and, in 1882, a new fire station was opened in High Cross. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan
TRURI : TRUfir.3
Media ID 19009723
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