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Incident Group 1969
Fire Engine Photos
No: 33425   Contributor: Tony (Taff) Madsen   Year: 1969   Manufacturers: AEC, Austin, Dennis, ERF   Country: United Kingdom
Incident Group 1969

Foreground - Austin Gipsy 480PTX L>R Dennis Emergency Tender HUH314D (1966), 65ft Hydraulic Platform probably ERF, blue Ford Anglia, AEC Marquis Water Tender all at incident March 1969. The guy on the roof with the soft cap was probably an officer (true).
Picture added on 21 November 2012 at 17:39
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Tony. Many thanks for sharing this wonderful selection of photos. Keep them coming !

Added by Paul Warnock on 22 November 2012.
Tyne and Wear??


Added by Phil on 11 February 2013.
Not Tyne and Wear, it is Cardiff City.

Added by Dusty on 11 February 2013.
Cardiff. But why were the Gipsy and Anglia odd colours?

Added by Rob Johnson on 12 February 2013.
The Austin Gypsy was bought by Glamorgan Fire Service in 1962 and it passed to Cardiff in 1967 with the Whitchurch station. A number of brigades painted their auxiliary vehicles dark green at this time.
The Ford Anglia is probably an officer's car (the one on the roof wearing the soft cap!) and so could be any colour, not neccessarily red.

Added by Dusty on 12 February 2013.
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