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[aka CONLEACH ROAD & BANKS ROAD respectively]

Although now used for apartments, the Banks Road building is still recognisable as a former fire station.
[Copyright picture ~ M. Smith and reporduced with permission.]

 Liverpool Leyland KZDX1 Foam Tender FKA844 built in 1938 and which lasted about 30 years.
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

Also dating back to 1938 is this Leyland Metz TL EKA342, now preserved.
[Copyright picture ~ N. Glover and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F24 Pump Escape 7704KD was part of the reserve fleet when seen at Banks Road, 2 September 1971.
[Copyright picture ~ Satis and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F106 Emergency Tender 9012LV was also seen in the yard at Banks Road, 2 September 1971.
[Copyright picture ~ Satis and reproduced with permission.]

AEC Turntable Ladder DKD930C was possibly with the Training Department when this picture was taken.
[Copyright picture ~ A. Kent and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F44 WKD130H was seen aftre service, and possibly in West Yorshire.
[Copyright picture ~ K. F. Reid MBE and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F44 WKB131H was photographed at workshops.
[Copyright photograph ~ D. Carville and reproduced with permission.]

Land Rover/Forward Control ELV514L also covered Liverpool Airport.
Originally based at Conleach Road, it was seen in the yard at Banks Road.
[Copyright picture - P. Williams and reproduced with permission.]

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Although seen as a reserve appliance at St. Helens, ERF LEM840R began life at Banks Road Fire Station.
[Copyright picture ~ A. Kent and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis R RLV33T was based at the former Conleach Road Fire Station.
[Copyright picture ~ A. Kent and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis RS TFY828V was based at Banks Road, where it was seen in the yard.
[Copyright picture ~ A. Kent and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F125 A49HKC whilst in service with Merseyside.
[From the A. Daley collection and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F125 A49HKC was seen at Conleach Road in September 1994 before heading off to Guyana Fire Service.
This appliance and B925KWM on the Toxteth Library Page were the first aerials for Georgetown,
where there is the largest number of wooden buildings in the world.
The ladders were off the former St. Helens Turntable Ladder KDJ404.
[Copyright picture S.N.Rowley FireAid International and reproduced with permission.]

A welcome night time shot of Dennis SS L247STJ now in the reserve fleet.
[Copyright picture ~ P McLean and reproduced with permission.]

Scania DG02WFW was seen 'across the Mersey' at a 15 pump incident in Runcorn, Cheshire, 3 May 2009.

 Scania DK55HNB was seen at a 10 pump fire in Walton, 20 June 2013.



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