Well that's me told then! When did they do that and did they film it?This is what they did, they had their own crews on standby.
We had an ex marine who brought in a 7.62 round and set it off in his hand with a phillips screw driver and a hammer.My dad was an officer in the LFB, don't talk to me about firefighting, when I was 5 I had a spin round in the big office chair and done a blast on the siren.
Indeed it is the Cardington hangers, although the first was built on site in 1916 it was enlarged in 1924. The second hanger moved there from Pulham in 1927.It looks like one of two of the old airship hangers at Cardington. Built by Short Brothers to house the R-31 & R-32 airships. 1915.
It looks like one of two of the old airship hangers at Cardington. Built by Short Brothers to house the R-31 & R-32 airships. 1915.
The R100 was a private venture and worked, the R101 was the government version and was 'tweaked' a lot whilst under construction with the disastrous consequences.
Well colour me surprised.The report is pretty damning. The company threatening legal action against the licensing body for publishing the results of the test showing that thier cladding was in fact an enormous firelighter.
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has exposed the dark heart of the building safety crisis in recent weeks, as it examined the role of cladding and insulation firms in causing the fire. We have learned that the products used in the tower’s cladding system were known to be severely flammable and that...www.spectator.co.uk