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Littlehampton Fire Station Line-Up.
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No: 24151   Contributor: Pete Matten   Year: 2010   Manufacturers: Dennis, Volvo   Country: United Kingdom
Littlehampton Fire Station Line-Up.

Photographed on Saturday 10th July,2010 at the West Sussex Fire Brigades station in Littlehampton at their'Open Day'was the present line-up of the stations appliances.
The station now run 2 Dennis/JDC'Sabre'water tender ladders both from 2004.On the left is the appliance registered HX04WGE allocated from new to this station,and next to it is the appliance registered HX04WGF which was allocated to Headquarters(Chichester)the same year and now Littlehamptons 2nd away appliance.To complete the line-up of operational appliances at station 07 Littlehampton we have the 2006 Volvo FM9 Water Carrier(reg-HX56OXV)allocated new to the station the same year.
Picture added on 16 July 2010 at 06:23
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Littlehampton line-up, thanks Pete: as a kid in 1950's, we used to go there for the seaside, from my Gran's in Findon.

Regards, from Canada,

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 31 July 2010.
Hi Pat,well at the time your talking about(1950's)this station was certainly not there,it was built and opened round about 1970 in the actual same spot as Littlehamptons old station.Appliances then would have been an Austin K2 Escape Carrying Unit(pump escape)which was ex-NFS,and a Dennis Light-Four(new world)open pump.Also allocated to the old station at the time was a 1954 Bedford SP Emergency Pump(AFS-Green Goddess).
Reference Findon:Having given now some 70 years loyal service to the community of Findon from an old barn during the last war to its present station in the village opened in the 1950's,Findon Fire Brigade may soon no longer be part of village life.Findon is one of 3 stations in the county of West Sussex to possibly be closed in the not to distant future.No further comment.

Added by Peter Matten on 31 July 2010.
I agree Pete. Don't think Worthing will cope with the extra workload albeit Lancing's calls may go up.

Added by Andrew Middleton on 01 August 2010.
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