London Fire Brigade
South Central Ambulance / Hampshire Fire and Rescue
Ambulance Co-responder car. On the rear it says ‘no drugs are carried in this vehicle’ to dissuade people from breaking in to the vehicle when it is unattended. Notice it doesn’t say ambulance on the rear!
Land Rover 109 Series 3
Hand-built fire vehicle from 1978. It is a self-propelled foam deluge unit. It has a 2.6 litre six cylinder petrol engine. It was specially built for Eggborough Power Station in North Yorkshire. The vehicle would have connected to a water supply using lengths of hose to produce a fire-fighting foam. The cannon could deliver the foam over a great area. The vehicle ended its frontline service in 2018 when the power plant was decommissioned. It was kept in service during initial demolition works as a dust supression unit. It was then donated to the National Emergency Services Museum in late 2018.