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B&LF&RS Scania P94D Sandy RP at Kempston KN54XLU
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No: 24983   Contributor: Dave Gooch   Year: 2010   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: United Kingdom
B&LF&RS Scania P94D Sandy RP at Kempston KN54XLU

Another view of B&LF&RS Scania P94D/Emergency One RP KN54 XLU thats stationed at Sandy, photo taken at Kempston Fire Station open day 28/8/2010.
Picture added on 04 September 2010 at 19:07
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wHat is the amber beacon on the back for?

Added by David Jones on 04 September 2010.
I presume, as with most brigades with an airport in their area, are used when appliances are airside on manouvers when not engaged in emergency duties?

Added by Andrew Middleton on 05 September 2010.
Hmmm could be. Maybe similar to many services that have rear reds for RTC's?

Added by David Jones on 05 September 2010.
They are used as 'obstruction warning' beacons when parking during non emergency situations, hydrant inspection comes to mind

Added by Barrie Green on 05 September 2010.
This pump has been fitted with an amber beacon as it is close to Shuttleworth Aerodrome. The Civil Aviation Authority requires all vehicles airside to be fitted with an amber beacon to be used whilst mobile, whether blue lights are being used or not. Of course, this doesn't limit it's uses, but that's why it was fitted.

Added by Greg Harper on 06 September 2010.
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