Fire Engine House, Walthamstow Blue Plaque Photo

Fire Engine House, Walthamstow blue plaque - Walthamstow Fire Engine House. For most of the 19th century this small building housed the Walthamstow parish fire “engine”. Manually operated and originally hand-drawn, it was adapted to the horse in 1863

Fire Engine House, Walthamstow Blue Plaque Map


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