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Ford TNO Rijswijk
Fire Engine Photos
No: 526   Contributor: Marcel Sloover   Year: 1992   Manufacturer: Ford   Country: The Netherlands
Ford TNO Rijswijk

This Ford Transit was in service with the fire service of TNO. TNO is a knowledge organisation for companies, government bodies and public organisations.
The unit is seen here on a exercise in Rijswijk, The Netherlands.
Picture added on 16 February 2006
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Is it still in service?

Added by T.L on 05 October 2008.

That looks like a handy little rig, designed for for narrow streets and paths.

I imagine she carries Portable Pumps; as opposed to having one fitted on board.

Regards, from Canada,

Added by Pat Rivers-Bowerman on 06 October 2008.
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