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No: 19871   Contributor: Harvey Dan   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Mercedes-Benz   Country: United Kingdom
West Sussex fire rescue service

West Sussex fire rescue service Old & New

Photo Of the old and new HrT (Heavy Rescue Tender) Based at Worthing fire station
Picture added on 09 October 2009 at 10:12
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Great Photo.

Added by Danny Chatfield on 09 October 2009.
What's happening to the old Merc then?

Added by Pete Gardner on 09 October 2009.
hi pete aint got a clue as im a east sussex lad and not west sussex but no doubt clavin/pete or someone else will help with telling us.

Added by Harvey Dan on 09 October 2009.
The K reg have gone back to the leasing company and P reg from crawley has gone to horsham

Added by Robert Smith on 26 October 2009.
i am afraid to say I much preferred the older livery without the battenberg on the rear , just the same cab stripes continued down the sides , far to fussy now and doesn't flow with the cab design , Scania cab getting on in years now

Added by Alan Ramsay on 20 November 2013.
Why does this have a crew cab?

Added by Danny Jones on 21 November 2013.
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