The hosting costs of websites on this system have historically been covered by advertising. However changes in the way people use the internet, including ad-blocking mean that the revenues no longer cover the expenses. For this reason we will be closing this website within the next two months unless we can find a different model. If any users of the site would be interested in the possibility of taking this incredible archive or pictures and comments over including paying for hosting, please get in touch.
We use cookies to track visitor statistics and personalise adverts. This info is shared with Google. Only use the site if you agree to this. OK, I agree
Librapix Link

Fire Engines Photos

Upload a Picture About this Site | Links | Random Pic | Advanced Search Home | Latest Additions | Contributors | Visitors
Lincolnshire Emergency Tender
Fire Engine Photos
No: 7248   Contributor: Paul Warnock   Year: 1984   Manufacturer: Bedford   Country: United Kingdom
Lincolnshire Emergency Tender

HFE 205Y. 1982.Lincolnshire Fire Brigade. Bedford TKG Emergency Tender/Control Unit. Bodywork by Warner. based at South Park Avenue, Lincoln fire station.
Picture added on 04 April 2008
add commentComments:
Paul, nice to see a an old Lincolnshire bedford, have been to a few jobs over the years where this R.T turned up. Have you any other Lincolnshire pictures I am trying to find a picture of an old "R" reg Bedford we had at Saxilby (A7) in the late 70, s and 80, s.

Added by Nick Willey on 30 April 2008.
I don't have a pic of the old Bedford, but for others to look through their archives the one referred to is TTL 343 R

Added by Stephen Kirkpatrick on 17 May 2009.
The Luton head is unusual.What was kept in there?

Added by Rob Johnson on 25 May 2017.
handy for a nap

Added by Alan Ramsay on 13 June 2017.
Alan - I couldn't think of any other reason to have it there, either.

Perhaps it was just a low-cost option the brigade could not resist - or maybe the appliance body was just a standard removal van box with some minor modifications, such as building in the lockers and side doors... a much cheaper solution than a true custom built job!

The dual role as an R&R unit is an interesting hypothesis, though. Is it so obvious that it could be the real answer?

Added by Rob Johnson on 15 June 2017.
Please add your comments about this picture using the form below.


Your Name

Your email address - this will be shown on the page and will allow the system to notify you of further comments added to this picture.


6091DF Bedford R Rescue with forkliftOUG 615L Bedford CF/HCBA L2PC695AJA Bedford CF/F&W L2P GMC278XTB Bedford TK CU Lancs to GMCRFV935X Bedford TKG/CFE WrL Lancs537UTF Bedford J4/HCB WrT LancsJTE346B Bedford TKEL/HCBA WrE Lancs DWW353 BEDFORD MSZ HRTBedford Willowbrook W Riding PCV PYG768MHFW835N Bedford TK HCBA WrL Lincs
My Album Admin Login | Terms & Copyright | Try our site about Construction Machines