W6 WALLASEY
[aka MILL LANE]

Former AFS 4x4 RXP868 was converted into use a Hose Layer.
[Copyright picture ~ A. Kent and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F12 pump BHF556 just survived into Merseyside.
[Copyright photograph ~ D. Carville and reproduced with permission.]

AEC Turntable Ladder HHF84 was photographed 3 April 1969.
[Copyright picture ~ Satis and reproduced with permission.]
 

Commer Emergency Tender AHF629C
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

Like Coventry, Wallasey painted some appliances yellow as seen on Dennis F43 HHF107H during construction of the second Mersey Tunnel.
[Copyright picture ~ Pete Ashley and reproduced with permission.]

The same appliance was seen in 'traditional' red when operating as a reserve for Merseyside Southern Division.
[Copyright photograph ~ D. Carville and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F48 JHF707J in Merseyside Fire Brigade days.
[Copyright photograph ~ N. Glover and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis F48 Emergecny Tender LHF75K was seen in the station yard.
[Copyright picture ~ the late Jack Robinson and reproduced with permission.]

Before many Merseyside stations were renamed, Dennis RLV36T was allocated to Mill Lane.
It was seen at the Greater Manchester Fire Extravaganza, Milnrow, 3 September 2005.

Dennis RS133 TFY827V was probably seen adjacent to Liverpool Airport.
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Formerly based here, Volvo Prime Mover M233YBG was seen with both Damage Control Unit and Incident Command Unit, 21 July 2002.
[Copyright pictures ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Dennis M772WKC was seen as ICU Support Pump at an incident in St.Helens, 5 July 2004.

Dennis SS M772WKC along with L245STJ left Merseyside in May 2010.
They moved initially to Liscard and Launceston Fire Stations respectively, having performed faultlessly on the 350 miles journey.
They will ulitmately move to Eastern Europe.
[Copyright picture ~ P. Robinson and reproduced with permission.]

Emergency One bodied Dennis Sabre T664CCK was seen in the station yard, 21 July 2002.
[Picture of this appliance carrying its new TVAC body appear on the Heswall Library page.]
[Copyright picture ~ K. Howarth and reproduced with permission.]

Often at 20 pump incidents, the appliances are scattered over quite an area,
and DK05HBO was seen just as it was leaving Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, 19 June 2011.

Ford R195GFV is one of three vehicles used by the After Fire Care Unit.  It was seen at West Kirby, 28 November 2007.
[Copyright picture ~ D. York and reproduced with permission.]

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