THE RECONSTRUCTION OF 'AN INCIDENT': CIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING IN FULHAM, LONDON, 1942
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Members of various Civil Defence services, including ambulance workers, rescue and stretcher parties, Civil Defence wardens and nursing staff line up with their vehicles at the end of a large-scale Civil Defence training exercise in Fulham. Twelve vehicles and fifty personnel, not including the Fire Service, were involved in this exercise. The Incident Officer, wearing a blue helmet, stands next to his blue lamp and flag in the foreground. This photograph was taken on Conan Street, now West Cromwell Road, looking towards the junction with North End Road: West Cromwell Road becomes Talgarth Road at this junction.