Plaque

Eyre Massey Shaw

Erection date: 2000

Inscription

Sir Eyre Massey Shaw, 1830 - 1908, first chief officer of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade lived here, 1878 - 1891.
English Heritage

Site: Eyre Massey Shaw (1 memorial)

SE1, Southwark Bridge Road, 94, Winchester House

This building was part of the complex London Fire Brigade's HQ and Training Centre.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Eyre Massey Shaw

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London Fire Brigade

The London Fire Engine Establishment, formed in 1833 under the leadership of ...

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Eyre Massey Shaw

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