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New Zealand Scania - UI3936
Fire Engine Photos
No: 40583   Contributor: David Miller   Year: 2017   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: New Zealand
New Zealand Scania - UI3936

See image 31017. This 1996 P93M built by Lowes Industries was new to the fulltime Gisborne station. It then went to two volunteer brigades before making the unusual step in NZ fire appliance movements by being reallocated to the fulltime Christchurch City station where it was designated a pump rescue tender. It is now a relief appliance in Timaru. It was photographed in October 2016 while undergoing maintenance.
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