Friday, 4 October 2013
Early 1920's Fire Brigade.
At a meeting of the Boston Town Council in the early 1920's a new scheme was adopted with a view to do away with the difficulties of transport of the fire engines. Accordingly the old manual engine was mounted upon a Ford lorry chassis, and the difficulty of obtaining horses was eliminated.
The members of the brigade standing outside the Municipal Buildings in West Street above are left to right.
Back row : Fireman May, 2nd. Engineer Budge, and V. McGuire.
Front row : Capt. Wells, Senior Fireman Jessop, Assistant Fireman Graves, Fireman Savage, Wright, 1st. Officer Trevitt, and 2nd. Officer Bradley.