Building    From 1906  To 16/11/1940

Wandsworth Fire Station

Categories: Armed Forces, Tragedy

The display stand that forms part of the memorial contains a picture of this building shortly after the fire, but the glazing makes it difficult to photograph so we are using a picture of the building in happier days.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Wandsworth Fire Station

Commemorated ati

Wandsworth Fire Station - stone plaque 1

The report in the glazed stand contain this text:  The memorial stones outs...

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Wandsworth Fire Station - wall plaque

AFS - London In memory of six members of the London Auxiliary Fire Service wh...

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Other Subjects

1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade

1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade

A brigade under the command of Major General Stanislaw Sosabowski, created in Scotland, with the exclusive mission to drop into occupied Poland in order to help liberate the country. The British go...

Group, Armed Forces, Netherlands, Poland, Scotland

1 memorial
Private Frederick Lewis Perrett

Private Frederick Lewis Perrett

Frederick Lewis Perrett was born on 1 April 1889 at 54 Regency Street, Westminster, London, the fifth of the eight children of Lewis John Perrett (1854-1925) and Eliza Matilda Perrett née Jones (18...

Person, Armed Forces, France

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
A. H. Blackman, Jnr.

A. H. Blackman, Jnr.

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial
Spitalfields engine-house

Spitalfields engine-house

'Engine-house' was an early term for what we would now call a fire station. The engine was initially merely a hand-operated pump. This and some ladders might be housed in the local church, but as t...

Building, Armed Forces

3 memorials