'Penwortham and District Fire Station' in October 1972 at which time it was a retained station.
The appliance is likely to be Bedford TK DTD801B shown below.

After the 'A' registered Busmar bodied appliances, just 2 more water tenders and an Emergency Tender followed.
The first of these 3 appliances was DTD801B.  It was seen at Park Mill, Royton, 8 August 1970.
[Copyright picture ~ Satis UK and reproduced with permisison.]

Another Bedford, this time KG VFV730V seen on the station forecourt.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Research suggests that Leyland Freighter D107TRN spent quite some time as a Driver Training Vehicle,
and that its time here was relatively short before it moved out to Earby.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Still going strong after 20 years, D107TRN was seen at the Fire Service College, 8 September 2007.

Presumably replacing D107TRN, was Leyland Freighter K157SCK
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

This appliance received the latest livery whilst at Tarleton, before moving on to Colne, 10 June 2004.

DAF LF began its working life at Penwortham in the Spring of 2006 following a period of use as a demonstrator.
The pictures above illustrate the livery variations carried during that time.

Daf Lf PF04UXN was seen at a fire in Banks, 28 June 2013.

PN07EGU with the IRB was seen at an exercise in Radcliffe, 23 July 2011.

Daf LF PO13CZX was seen approaching Fulwood Fire Station. 20 May 2016.