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Heavy duty off road capability
Fire Engine Photos
No: 32421   Contributor: Graham Nobes   Year: 2012   Manufacturers: Hagglund, Leyland   Country: United Kingdom
Heavy duty off road capability

Seen in the drill yard at Moulton fire station in
Northampton on May 1st 2012 is the flood rescue unit. In the background are Northants servce headquarters and workshops.

See also picture #32422
Picture added on 27 June 2012 at 17:12
add commentComments:
An impressive trio. Does this ensemble turnout just as pictured? Is it driven on blue lights? Are these used purely for flood work? Thank you.

Added by Monkey Boy The 3rd on 28 June 2012.
Ex Army?

Added by Kyle on 28 June 2012.
Yes, apparently all pieces are ex-Army. It can't travel on blue lights as far as I know, as it's still not fitted with them - I know it isn't in either the above or my photos. The Haaglunds is registered Q536 RFE, amd the Leyland 4x4 (which was designated operational support unit originally) carries the "cherished" plate H1 OSU.

Added by Ian Moore on 29 June 2012.
The Truck is a DAF - Leyland 2121

Aaldert

Added by Aaldert Koster on 30 June 2012.
This equipment belongs to a private company, Spartan Rescue, who are contractors to a number of Fire Services

Added by Clive Beasley on 20 February 2017.
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