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Anglesey Foam Tender JJC 867P
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No: 28336   Contributor: Roger Mason   Year: 1985   Manufacturer: AEC   Country: United Kingdom
Anglesey Foam Tender JJC 867P

Taken in the mid-80's here's a pic of the AEC foam tender from Anglesey after it had finished its service there.
Picture added on 02 June 2011 at 15:17
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Hi do you have a rear view of this machine? Thanks Ian Mc

Added by Ian Mcpherson on 02 June 2011.
There is some background material on this AEC Mandator appliance at picture #20439. It was displayed at Interfire 1975 exhibition at Olympia.

Added by Peter Williams on 03 June 2011.
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