|DX05 VFT Scarborough and Ryedale MRT are using their 2005 rescue Land Rover here to collect donations.|
|The rear view of the highly capable 4×4.|
|In this set of images we can see some of the vehicles used for a major MR incident. A walker on Ben Nevis has been reported missing for nearly two days. The 20-year old man was ill-equipped for walking the hill and was last seen at 3,300 feet wearing jeans and a jacket.|
|All of the vehicles shown in this line up are RAF mountain rescue from Kinloss and Valley. Around 50 people were involved in the search that was hampered by darkness and severe weather.|
SF52 OTR A close up look at one of the RAF MRT Mercedes Sprinter vans.
|Also in attendance are Lochaber MRT with this Ford Transit personnel carrier.|
Royal Navy helicopter RESCUE 177 is also involved with a couple of Northern Police dog handlers. SARDA Scotland were already at work up the hill.
The helicopter circles with the door open as the winchman and winch operator scour the landscape for the walker. Unfortunately, six days after the walker disappeared, his body was found.
VU09 0VV is a Toyota Hilux with the Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue Service. Mountain rescue is mainly run by volunteers but this is a government-provided service. On the front it displays a big towing winch and in the back is the rescue equipment.
|The rear view of the Mountain Rescue vehicle displaying the yellow and red chevrons.|
|PE08 HXK Here we have before and after shots of Keswick MRT’s Land Rover. This shot shows it with painted roof, roof-rack, floodlights and blue light bar. Small blue flashing LEDs are also fitted.|
|The after shot. Now with full livery applied and some additional equipment, the vehicle now stands out much more on the road and moorland.|
|SY58 JDF This navy blue Land Rover is a mountain rescue vehicle used by Grampian Police and St. John Ambulance. Notice that it doesn’t have a blue light bar on the roof, just two small LEDs on the grille.|
|The rear view of the same Land Rover. On the roof rack you can see a one-wheeled stretcher for moving casualties over tricky terrain.|
|W542 EAG This white Ford Focus is a Yorkshire Ambulance Service MR Team vehicle. It is not fitted with any emergency warning equipment.|
|The rear view of ther Focus with simple livery. “M.R. TEAM” is written on the boot lid and side windows. The car as an ex-front line rapid response vehicle that was moved to MR duties in 2009.|
|PX 29 AA This is a Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue Service Land Rover Defender. It is fitted with two full-width blue light bars on the front and rear parts of the roof. A roof box for storage has also been added to the roof rack.|
|The rear shot of the RAF MRT Land Rover. The vehicle is looking rather sorry for itself with rusty steel wheels and a heavily faded livery.|