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Pattaya Central Fire Stn, Thailand.
Fire Engine Photos
No: 36306   Contributor: Pavel Zaremba   Year: 2009   Manufacturers: Mercedes-Benz, Volvo   Country: Thailand
Pattaya Central Fire Stn, Thailand.

Volvo FM 400 Vema 553 TFL 55 metre (180 feet) aerial ladder platform, and Mercedes 4140 Bronto Skylift F68 HLA 68 metre (223 feet) aerial platform.
Both trucks are the top of the range in aerial fire fighting equipment.

Photo taken in 2009.
Picture added on 14 October 2013 at 08:21
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Big and positive changes at the Pattaya Station!
I can remember the few old rusty engines, back in 1993!

Added by Jacques PETER on 14 October 2013.
Now these are a couple of really serious aerials! No one can claim that this is a Third World fire service.

I am not sure there is a fire station anywhere in north America or Europe which has anything to rival these beauties... Any suggestions?

Added by Rob Johnson on 14 October 2013.
Rob, I have a picture of something even BIGGER than these that was based at the Bangkok Marine Fire Brigade and Rescue Station! It'll make your eyes water!!

Added by Pav on 16 October 2013.
Hi Pav and Rob! The highest so far by Bronto, is 112 meters(336 feet)!!!
Anders F. Sweden.

Added by Anders Fallström on 19 August 2014.
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