Director : James Williamson Production Company : Williamson Kinematograph Company Region : SOUTH EAST E-L
The fire brigade rescue a family from a house fire.
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fire101. A policeman on his beat discovers a house fire and attempts to alert the residents. Ivy Lodge, Hove , East Sussex.
fire101n. Ivy Lodge was already derelict at the time of filming and was demolished shortly after. Now 25 Vallance Gardens stands on the site. (Modern Photo Added: 07-01-2017)
fire102. The policeman raises the alarm at the fire station. Hove Fire Brigade Station, 85 George Street, Hove.
fire102n. The fire brigade moved to a new station in 1926. (Modern Photo Added: 07-01-2017)
fire103. The horses are hitched to the fire engine.
fire103n. The building is now a café. (Modern Photo Added: 07-01-2017)
fire104. The fire engine dashes to the rescue. St Aubyns, Hove.
fire104n. The southern end of St Aubyns now, with the modern day addition of parked cars. (Modern Photo Added: 07-01-2017)
fire105. The family is rescued from the house and the fire is extinguished. Ivy Lodge was also seen in 'Attack On A China Mission' (1900).
fire105n. The action took place at the side of Ivy Lodge, which is now the passageway between these two houses. (Modern Photo Added: 07-01-2017)