Fire in London The building on fire was Albion Mills a corn mill erected by Matthew Boulton at the foot of Blackfriars Bridge in The largest and best equipped mill of its time it was also the site of the first installation of steam power to drive machinery The mills destruction by fire also illustrates the firefighting teams of the day Some eight manual Newsham fire engines are attempting to fight the flames with others rushing to the scene from across the bridge In the background is the River Thames and St Pauls cathedral on the opposite bank From The Microcosm of London by Rudolph Ackermann
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