YG52 FYP A Ford Transit used by North Yorkshire…

YG52 FYP A Ford Transit used by North Yorkshire Police. It is interesting to note that this vehicle was built quite some time before it was registered. A revised shape Transit was introduced in March 2000.
The rear view. Notice the stops on the doors which both open 270 degrees to lie flat with the bodywork and the white lights that can illuminate the street at night.
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X784 NWR A Volvo V70 T5 is blocking another…

X784 NWR A Volvo V70 T5 is blocking another stretch of road in York. The police officer is directing traffic away from a large gas leak.
The rear view of the same vehicle. The importance of keeping people away from the hotel where the leak is emanating is greater than normal due to firefighters being on strike (November 2002).
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W54 CWR A Ford Escort dog van. The vents…

W54 CWR A Ford Escort dog van. The vents in the rear window are to allow the dogs fresh air. The Ford Escort was replaced with the Focus in 1998, but no van version was available. A small number of the Escort vans were produced until 2003 when they were replaced by the similarly-sized Ford Transit Connect.
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V366 FVU A North Yorkshire Police Collision Investigation Unit…

V366 FVU A North Yorkshire Police Collision Investigation Unit. The term ‘collision’ is used instead of ‘accident’ because most of the incidents they attend could have been prevented.
The rear view. The height of the vehicle means that blue lights on the roof would be difficult to see, so they are mounted on the bodywork. These Mercedes CIU’s were featured on the Channel 4 series ‘Crash’..
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