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Lothian and Borders FRS WRL/ET SN10CXE
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No: 26306   Contributor: D. Cruickshank   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: United Kingdom
Lothian and Borders FRS WRL/ET SN10CXE

The picture shows one of two of the latest appliances to be put on the run by L&BFRS. This Scania P280 / Emergency One WRL/ET is based at Marrionville in the east of Edinburgh.
Picture added on 06 January 2011 at 22:13
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the locker near the cab seems longer.Is this on the chassis that the cp31 cab should go on? and if so there doing what merseyside did with there t reg sarbes.

Added by Tom on 07 January 2011.
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