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Image: Edinburgh fire engine, 1824
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Description: A manually drawn water-pump from the year of the founding of the Edinburgh Fire Establishment, Britain's first muncipal fire brigade, led by James Braidwood, its first Master of Fire Engines. It can be seen in the Museum of Fire of the Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service in Edinburgh.
Title: Edinburgh fire engine, 1824
Credit: Own work
Author: Kim Traynor
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License: CC BY-SA 3.0
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