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Flints Leyland PE.
Fire Engine Photos
No: 25027   Contributor: Herbie Brick   Year: 1954   Manufacturer: Leyland   Country: United Kingdom
Flints Leyland PE.

Seen at Earl Street fire station Flint in 1954.The photo shows her carrying a 35ft Ajax ladder just before being converted to carry an escape ladder.BDM 308 moved to the new Station on Chester Rd in 1960.
I think Andrews’s comments under Dave Price Photo No 24871 on the date that BDM 308 moved in 1956 From Hawarden is wrong as this Photo at Earl Street was dated 1954.
Picture added on 07 September 2010 at 02:16
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BDM 308 was transferred to Flint in 1953 from Connahs Quay where it had probably been since 1946 when that station was built by the NFS.

Added by Dusty on 07 September 2010.
Thanks for correcting that Herbie, I've amended my information. It's filled a small hole in what appears to be a missing appliance.

Added by Andrew Middleton on 07 September 2010.
Wonderful photo Herbie. Re-read what I put on David Price's photo and amended it. Goes to show you can't always trust where you come about information. JDM 711 Commer QX/Carmichael PE went to A1 Rhyl and not B1 Connah's Quay originally and replaced HDM 674 which went to B2 Hawarden in 1954 to replace the above at B4 Flint. Had a long chat with George Price, former OIC at B2 Hawarden some years ago who informed me that HDM 764 was allocated to B2 from A1 but couldn't remember what year. HDM 765 Commer QX/HCB WrT was allocated to A3 St Asaph and later to Deeside in 1965 to replace the former B5 Mold UDCFB Dennis Light 4 CDM 317 which was converted into a Foam Tender. HDM 765 was also converted in 1965 to a FoT with Pyrene RTTP added. HDM 765 was replaced in 1972 by JDM529K Dennis F48/Dennis at B1 Deeside. I believe if you can confirm this, but JDM 711 was allegedly written off whilst at B1 Deeside in 1971 by a bus in Oakenholt whilst on a shout to the Star Supermarket in Holywell?

Added by Andrew Middleton on 07 September 2010.
Yes Andy I was part time at Flint and missed the first pump sent to the incident at Holywell. I turned out with the standby crew too Oakenholt , ( I think Ben Dudley was the driver of B1’s appliance. ) Got redirected from there to the incident at Holywell.

Added by Herbie Brick on 07 September 2010.
Many thanks Herbie. I also believe that the job in Holywell was the last big one one for the Austin K4/Merryweather 60' TL GXM 211 as ERF 84RS/Jennings/Simon SS263 HP KDM860K was on order

Added by Andrew Middleton on 07 September 2010.
Yes it was. I believe Hawker Sidley of Hawarden/British Aero Space as it was known bought it... Over the years they use to hire it for maintenance purposes. I have lost track of her after that. Hope she still survives.

Added by Herbie Brick on 08 September 2010.
She went and still is at the Merseyside Fire Museum in Crosby. Both Dusty and I photographed her earlier this year in Crosby. Saw her last year at Heswall in red livery and is now in NFS Gray.

Added by Andrew Middleton on 08 September 2010.
GXN 211 can be seen on picture #24290.

Added by Dusty on 08 September 2010.
Hello, just passing through and thought maybe someone could help me with some information. I got a hold of a 1951 international pumper and I cannot find anything about them online. Would anyone know where I could find some information on restoring it? Thank you.

Added by Ann on 10 September 2010.
Sorry about the plain post. I posted before I got all the info. here's all the info I have:

1952 INTERNATIONAL PUMPER L 190 SERIES
HOWARD COOPER CORP. P-321
PUMP # 13995
CENTRIFUGAL HPZLUHD25-825
VIN# 3056
HARVEST CO.

I talked to the department that had it last in service and all they could tell me it was a nice old engine. the needed more room so got a new one.
If you know of anywhere I can find anything out please head me in the right direction. I don't know how to put pics up so if you email me I can send you all of the ones I have. Thank you

Added by Ann on 18 September 2010.
The last fire Department to have it was Pierce County #16 in lakebay Wa. It's in Gig Harbor somewhere if anyone knows where that is. :)


Added by Ann on 18 September 2010.
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