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Two Bedford Fire engines Malta
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No: 17063   Contributor: Malcolm Mifsud   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Bedford   Country: Malta
Two Bedford Fire engines Malta

1985 Bedford Tk HCB Angus Body, ex-Oxfordshire and ex-Enemalta(right), 1960's Bedford Domestic S type with Miles Body, ex-RAF fire service at RAF Luqa in Malta, ex-Malta Police. The s type was used to put out the fires after the Vulcan Crash at Zabbar on 14th October 1975. Recently donated by Cachia Brothers from Benghajsa. Thank Johann for the photo.
Picture added on 18 May 2009 at 18:09
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Drove the type on the left at RAF Cardington 1968 23AG53

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