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Home Ray Chilton Underfire: The Dramatic Life of a London Fireman. Soho Fire Station is at the heart of London's West End. Surrounded by Theatre Land, China Town and the fantastic mixing-pot of restaurants, dives and bars that is Soho. Underfire: The Dramatic Life of a London Fireman. ISBN 10: 1905217188, ISBN 13: 9781905217182. This is the real life story of a True London Fireman. Visit Seller's Storefront.
Underfire: The Dramatic Life of a London Fireman. Upon retirement, he formed an independent fire safety advisory consultancy and has been a visiting lecturer on fire, rescue and fire law enforcement at Leeds University since 1997. He is the author of two other fire-related books. Going to Blazes: Further Tales of a Country Fireman.
Soho Fire Station is at the heart of London's West End. ISBN13: 9781905217182. Release Date: October 2006.
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The Denmark Place fire occurred on 16 August 1980 at 18 Denmark Place in Central London, United Kingdom. Jeremy Mills Publishing. ISBN 978-1-905217-18-2. The fire, caused by arson, killed 37 people of eight different nationalities, most of whom were Spanish or Latin American, who were patrons of two unlicensed bars in the. building .
The Dramatic Life of a London Fireman. Published October 1, 2006 by Jeremy Mills Publishing.
An officer from the London Fire Brigade described the scene: People seem to have died on the spot without even having time to move an inch. Some were slumped at tables. Seven were at the bar and appear to have fallen as they stood, with drinks still in their hands. "London's Disasters: From Boudicca to the Banking Crisis" (2011), John Withington.
An officer from the London Fire Brigade described the scene: People seem to have died on the spot without even having time to. .