D44/S13 MOSS SIDE

Dennis Light 6 BXJ500 was based at Great Jackson Street and dated back to 1935.
[Copyright picture ~ the late J. Hain and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F12 Pump Escape MNE556 which carries very rare bodywork by Cocker of Southport.
[Copyright picture ~ Stuart Wilkinson and reproduced with permission.]

Albion Chieftain Pump Escape JVU594F was originally based at Great Jackson Street Fire Station in Hulme.
[Copyright picture ~ Satis and reproduced with permission.]

Similar appliance JVU595F was based at Moss Side from new.
[Copyright picture ~ the late G. V. Rothwell and reproduced with permission.]

Also dating back to Manchester Fire Brigade days is PVR927J seen at a house fire in Moss Side in 1972.
[NOTE: This appliance was subsequently re-registered as TND74K]
(Copyright photograph ~ Phil Ingham and reproduced by permission)

ERF HPV TXJ647K still carrying the yellow booms from Manchester City days.
[NP collection ~ courtesy A Collier]

PBA862R ran from 1977 until 1992 with GMC.
It is seen here in 1980 ready to join the Lord Mayor's Parade through the City Centre.

Another shot of ERF HP PBA862R in the station yard.
[Copyright picture ~ the late Alan Gartside and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis RS 131s EVM943T & EVM944T were both photographed in the station yard.
[Copyright pictures ~ the late Alan Gartside and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis SS ADB192Y was seen in the station yard.
[Copyright picture ~ the late Alan Gartside and reproduced with permission.]

Sister appliance ADB193Y dating back to 1983 was een on the station forecourt.
[Copyright picture ~ the late Alan Gartside and reproduced with permission.]

Both Dodge G13s C753 & C754DNF are seen at in Manchester City Centre
after a large fire there in the late 1980's.

Dodge C753DNF was seen on Mount Street, with the Midland Hotel forming the backdrop.
[Copyright picture ~ P. Warnock and reproduced with permission.]

Another picture of Dodge C754DNF just before it was replaced by a Leyland Freighter.
[Copyright photograph Iain Kitchen and reproduced with permission.]

Dodge HPV F674GNC was seen on the station forecourt.
[Copyright photograph Iain Kitchen and reproduced with permission.]

Two shots of Leyland Freighter H383FBA, one of the first pumps to carry the darker red livery.
[Copyright photograph Iain Kitchen and reproduced with permission.]

Also based here was Leyland Freighter H384FBA and seen in the station yard.
[Copyright picture ~ the late Alan Gartside and reproduced with permission.]

S296 RVM was seen at a large fire in the Cheetham area of  Manchester, 3 July 2006.

Seen in more picturesque surroundings than normal,  appliance S297RVM
had just arrived on the moors north of Bolton on Make Pumps 20, 15 April 2003.

Although still in service, this picture of V474EBA is included as a reminder of its original allocation.
[It is currently on the run at Stretford.]
[NP collection ~ courtesy A. Collier.]

Sister appliance PN08UWZ was seen at an incident in Manchester City Centre, 18 Janaury 2012.

Volvo PN57AOU was seen in Wigan during a 15 pump fire, 14 June 2015.

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