INSPECTION DAY PRESTON CIRCUS
Five fire engines, and their crews, lined up for what was probably an annual event. The year is not known but there are many clues, which suggest that it was in the middle 1920’s. First of all, the solid tyres of most engines, the early registration numbers, the bemedalled firemen, and the cinema advertisement of Sybil Thorndyke in “The Lady of the Camellias. The tramlines of the Beaconsfield route ran directly in front of the Station.
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Additional Information: "The Lady of the Camellias was released in 1922, so most likely that this is the year
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