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No: 17586   Contributor: Chris Hall   Year: 1997   Manufacturer: Volvo   Country: United Kingdom
Northumberland Fire engines

A pair of Northumberland Machines at Preston Park c1997/8. Forty years or so seperate the two machines, and the progress in technology between them is startingly obvious!
Picture added on 15 June 2009 at 10:06
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Yes, I own the older of the two appliances LTY 352 (ex Seahouses) its 52 years old now and it will still be going strong long after the Volvo is gone.

Chris would you contact me via email at please?

Added by Rick Loudon on 17 June 2009.
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