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Lothian & Borders Fire brigade Scania watertender
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No: 2236   Contributor: Archie McKinnon   Year: 2006   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: United Kingdom
Lothian & Borders Fire brigade Scania watertender

Linlithgow's old machine now currently sitting in the number 4 bay at crewe toll as a spare machine. very similar to 581 (south Queensferry).

See also : www.btinternet.com/~archie.mckinnon/landbp1.htm
Picture added on 18 February 2007
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that pic is 542, ex bathgate retained pump bathgate is wholetime & retained that is linlithgows sister appliance, linlithgows was unique as it had an all white bumper and silver side vents

Added by Jamie Percival on 18 February 2007.
definitly had linlithgow on the reflective stripe when i was in at crewe toll other day on a cover move.

Added by Stevie Murray on 19 February 2007.
ye linlithgow is L283 not L281. Steve in your opinion do u like the way it has white bumper and silver vents?

Added by Jamie Percival on 19 February 2007.
The ferry's own 'N' scanny is in for service so L283 now running as 581's machine just now.

Added by Stevie Murray on 02 March 2007.
what u think of L283?

Added by Jamie Percival on 03 March 2007.
if i were to comment on the condition of L283 I would be banned from this site for offensive language!

Added by Stevie Murray on 05 April 2007.
how come?


Added by Jamie Percival on 05 April 2007.
L283 is a bit of a wreck now. Suspension on it is naff, the front seats won't adjust height wise and she lacks speed.

Added by Stevie Murray on 05 April 2007.
well she was in perfect nick when left linlithgow i have just applied for there

Added by Jamie Percival on 05 April 2007.
reserve machines don't seem to get looked after very well due to there nomadic lifestyle. good luck with your application.

Added by Stevie Murray on 09 April 2007.
Steve, has Melrose finally closed? Photographed a Y reg at the rear of Bathgate this year. Y541NSX I think.

Added by Andy Middleton on 10 December 2009.
yeh, Melrose closed 2007.

Added by Stevie Murray on 10 December 2009.
Many thanks. I take it the two CARP's are still hidden in Newbridge? Keep missing them.

Added by Andy Middleton on 13 December 2009.
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