90 BURNLEY

This line up dates back to the mid 1960s.
[From the T. Watson collection and reproduced with permission.]

The station shortly before demolition in 2012.

This picture is significant as Mr. Watson is currently [05/08] restoring this trailer pump ~ see below.
[From the T. Watson collection and reproduced with permission.]

Tom's labour of love was completed early in 2011 and the Trailer Pump is fully operational again.
[Copyright pictures ~ T. Watson and reproduced with permission.]

Two pictures of Dennis F12 Pump Escape CHG933 seen whilst in preservation.
[Photos provided by Arthur Bennett and reproduced with permission.]

Land Rover L4P MCW976
[Picture courtesy MF&RS and reproduced with permission.]

HCB-Angus bodied Bedford TK MHG1 with the distinctive 'cut-off' at the rear.
[Picture courtesy MF&RS and reproduced with permission.]

Ahead of the TK was Leyland Comet, PCW1
[Picture courtesy MF&RS and reproduced with permission.]

As noted above, Leyland Comet Water Tender PCW1 was originally purchased by Burnley County Borough Fire Brigade.
[Copyright picture ~ Malcolm Nuttall and reproduced with permission.]

Leyland Comet 50' PHP AHG1B was seen in the station yard.
[Picture courtesy MF&RS and reproduced with permission.]

After use with the Fire Brigade, AHG1B passed, with some modifications, to Lancaster City Council.
[Copyright picture ~ K.F.Reid MBE and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F108 SCW1K was the last appliance delivered to the Burnley County Borough Fire Brigade and was seen 4 June 1972.
[Copyright picture ~K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

It would appear that ERF LHG320N was running as a reserve at Bacup when this picture was taken.
(NP collection ~ courtesy DBB)

Sister appliance LHG321N was also in use as a reserve when photographed.
(NP collection ~ courtesy DBB)

Ford D1114 STJ903M was part of the reserve fleet when seen at Burnley.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Ford D1114 RFV919P was in the station yard but as part of the reserve fleet.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Dodge 16 HPV RRN164X seen in the station yard.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Another shot of Dodge Turntable Ladder RRN164X in the station yard.
[Copyright picture ~ K. F. Reid MBE and reproduced with permission.]

Dodge HPV RRN164X was seen again during the Brigade's 40th annivesary celebrations at Washington Hall, 21 May 1988.
[Copyright picture ~ K Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Bedford A709KHG was phtographed in the station yard whilst in the reserve fleet.
[Another picture appears on the Darwen page.]
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Land Rover A791PCW in the station yard, 16 September 1984.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Leyland Freighter F133JEO was seen in front of the station..
[Copyright picture ~ K.F.Reid and reproduced with permission.]

 Leyland Freighter G146JFR was seen in the station yard..
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

DAF1900 Turntable Ladder G774GFR which subsequently transferred to Morecambe ~ the briagde's last TL
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Parked almost identically are Leyland Dafs K160/161SCK
(NP collection ~ courtesy DBB)

DAF LF PO55WDW seen arrving in Burscough for relief duty, 12 October 2010.
This appliance is currently on the run at Colne.

DAF LF PL06OVV was seen at nightfall leaving Ackhurst Industrial Estate, Chorley, 17 April 2013.

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