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Cleveland Fire Brigade NK67VBA (016/I3)
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No: 40922   Contributor:   Year: 2018   Country: United Kingdom
Cleveland Fire Brigade NK67VBA (016/I3)

Hartlepool fire station's new I3, Cleveland 016 (NK67VBA), parked on Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, 11 May 2018
Picture added on 15 May 2018 at 14:19
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What is a new I3 actually, in addition to being a rather obvious opportunity to create a moving visual cacophony of squares, rectangles and stripes in a variety of contrasting colors?

Are there I2s too, or even one I'd ones?

Added by Rob Johnson on 16 May 2018.
Could you explain the numbering system please?

Added by CraigW on 16 May 2018.
It’s I meaning Station India pump 3 there is also I 1 India 1 which is classed as a pump ladder for rescue all stations have a letter and number C Charlie station has C1 C3 C4 so that’s a pump ladder a pump and a all terrain vehicle with pump hope this helps

Added by Ian mcpherson on 16 May 2018.
I3 is the callsign, I being the code for Hartlepool fire station

Added by Stephen on 17 May 2018.
fleetnumbers are allocated in a fairly random order re-using whatever gaps there are from previous vehicles leaving the fleet, callsigns are a letter denoting the fire station then a number indicating appliance type/role

Added by Stephen on 17 May 2018.
I3, B3, C3, A3, E3 carries no RTC gear at all. B1, I1, D1, H1 are dedicated Heavy Rescue Pumps.

Added by Graham Mitchell on 17 May 2018.
Is this a universal system now in the UK, or a Cleveland initiative only?

Added by Rob Johnson on 17 May 2018.
So I = Hartlepool and it's their number 3 machine? I thought it was a number 13! and O16 is fixed Cleveland fleet number ? Must be quite a lot of number changing when vehicles transferred station to station. Anyone with a list of station letters ?


Added by CraigW on 17 May 2018.
the fleet number is fixed, only callsigns change if an appliance is reallocated.
A=Middlesbrough, B=Stockton, C=Grangetown, D=Redcar, E=Thornaby, F was the former (since closed) Marine, G=Billingham, H=Coulby Newham, I=Hartlepool (Stranton), J-O are the retained stations (cant remember offhand which is which letter though!), R=Reserves, T=Training Centre, W=Workshops.
1-4 are broadly water tenders/pumps (though also includes the small fires units, heavy rescue pumps and CARPs as applicable - 4 also included L4Ps etc), 5 was used on ET's/HRU + the ICU, 6 aerials (excluding the 2 CARPs), 7 was foam tenders (none left), 8 was the environmental protection unit, 9 are GPVs and 0 is/was the Land Rover WRU with trailer and boat at Thornaby!

Added by Stephen on 19 May 2018.
Fleet number is 016 (ie leading zero) as Fleet numbers are 3 digit numbers, with most operational vehicles broadly under 050 with higher numbers (including over 100) mostly being cars/vans etc plus trailers and PM pods.

Added by Stephen on 19 May 2018.
following my earlier post I can now add the following Cleveland station codes after checking my records: J=Headland (Hartlepool), K=Yarm, L=Guisborough, M=Saltburn, N=Skelton & O=Loftus.

Added by Stephen on 19 May 2018.
The SFUs are B2/H2, The CARP is B4 AND M1

Added by Graham Mitchell on 23 May 2018.
Thanks for the numbering info Stephen.

Added by CraigW on 23 May 2018.
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