LIVERPOOL SALVAGE CORPS

Liverpool Salvage Corps Station, 19 June 1983.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Ford HKA799D was almost brand new when seen in Parr, 2 March 1966.
The Salvageman is Frank Savage.

Commer UKD987 was seen after the Lennons Supermarket fire, St. Helens, 18 May 1968.





The first four pictures below were all taken on the front of the station c.1968, whilst the Ford Transit is believed to be in the rear yard.

Commer Emergency Tender UKD987
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

'Domestic' vehicle, Ford Thames 441KD
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

Ford Salvage Tender HKA799D
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

Ford Salvage Tender LKB922E
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

Ford Transit Salvage Tender MLV308F
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

Ford Transit RKF383G was seen at an incident in Woolton, c1972.
[Copyright picture ~ P. WIlliams and reproduced with permission.]

Mercedes Damage Control Unit GKC934N was seen outside the station on Derby Road.
[Copyright picture ~ N. Glover and reproduced with permission.]

Ford D0710 OKA70S was seen at the front of the station, 18 September 1983.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Ford D series OKA70S had passed into private ownership when seen at Kirkby Fire Station.
[Copyright picture ~ W. Jopson and reproduced with permission.]

Second generation Ford RKC940T lettered as a  Damage Control Unit.
[Copyright picture ~ Merseyside Fire Museum and reproduced with permission.]

Another Ford D0710, TEM476V was also seen at the station, 18 September 1983.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Ford Transit WKC723V was seen inside the station, 18 September 1983.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Bedford TL860 EKF395Y was almost new when seen on the station forecourt, 18 September 1983.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

As can be seen by the sign on the grille, Bedford EKF395Y is now preserved at the Merseyside Fire Museum.
It was seen in Allerton in 2002.

Bedford CF van, ELV455Y completed the line up which was seen 18 September 1983.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]





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