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St. Albert Fire Services
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No: 36506   Contributor: Terry Yip   Year: 2013   Manufacturers: Freightliner, Superior   Country: Canada
St. Albert Fire Services

This summer (2013) I visited with several friends in Alberta, Canada where we did a short road trip and visited several smaller fire departments in the province. St. Albert is just outside of Edmonton and has this 2004 Superior Freightliner M2 106 pumper with 1050 IGPM pump running as the second out pumper at the station we visited. Because of the cold winters, the enclosed transverse pump panel is quite common in parts of Canada.
Picture added on 10 November 2013 at 08:14
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