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Brandweer Noordwijk Ford van Bergen
Fire Engine Photos
No: 19368   Contributor: Rene Boot   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Dodge   Country: The Netherlands
Brandweer Noordwijk Ford van Bergen

Fire brigade Noordwijk The Netherlands
Chassis : Dodge
Bodywork : Van Bergen
Pump capacity : 2800 l/m low pressure.
Building year : 1949
Out of service : 1965
License plate : NB-29-55
Picture added on 12 September 2009 at 18:30
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Boy, that Front-Mount Pump is way out front, isn't it !

It is a beauty of a Sedan Cab Pumper - great photo.

Regards, from Canada,

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 19 October 2009.
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