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Shand Mason Steamer dating back to 1897.
[From the Bernard Ashcroft collection and reproduced with permission.]

Aster Merryweather B2500 which dates back to 1913.
[From the Bernard Ashcroft collection and reproduced with permission.]

This picture shows the Burnley Road Station in September 1972
with a Bedford KH parked at the side, temporarily out of service.

Ford DRN885S seems a likely replacement for one of the Bedfords, and was parked by the old station.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

On the forecourt of the present fire station, with the drill tower still under construction, is Ford D1617 MCK819T
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

First of the Leyland Freighters here was D108TRN with bodywork by Fulton Wylie.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

The second Leyland Freighter here was G142 JFR seen on the station forecourt.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Leyland Freighter G142 JFR was seen in action at a 7 pump mill fire in Rising Bridge, 17 April 2003.

After disposal G142JFR  was used as a 'party' fire engine.  It was seen adjacent to the A49 at Marus Bridge, 18 March 2005.

This latter picture shows G142JFR in the same location, 11 September 2005.

Daf55 W141BRN was in attendance at a 10 pump moorland fire near Darwen, 5 May 2007.

Daf 55 PJ52FMU was seen on the station forecourt, 4 January 2014.

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