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Works Fire brigade Electrorail Commer Walkthru
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No: 5321   Contributor: Marcel Sloover   Year: 1987   Manufacturer: Commer   Country: The Netherlands
Works Fire brigade Electrorail Commer Walkthru

A classic Commer Walkthru built in 1968. It's a former vehicle from the Fire brigade Maartensdijk (The Netherlands). After that it went to the Works fire brigade Electrorail.
In 1987 it was over with the career of this vehicle.
Picture added on 30 December 2007
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Did this have a built in pump or carry a portable unit? It reminds me of some of the basic German TS8 units, but none were on British vans!

Added by Rob Johnson on 19 July 2017.
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