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Photo of former Dumfries and Galloway ET
Fire Engine Photos
No: 18166   Contributor: Paul Staniland   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Ford   Country: United Kingdom
Photo of former Dumfries and Galloway ET

Offside rear view of WSM 536V
Picture added on 08 July 2009 at 16:21
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Amazing the kit you can get in these despite their size, great machine and very compact .

Added by John Johnstone on 08 July 2009.
North Yorkshire Et's similar to these had a pull out rack with the hand operated rescue equipment, I think it was called Black Hawk.This vehicle looks like it carries gas cutting equipment as well.

Added by Paul Warnock on 08 July 2009.
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