B40/W34 WESHAM

Wesham Fire Station in 1972 was situated on a busy and dangerous junction.
The appliance is probably Bedford KEL RTE137C.

Bedford KGs continued to be delivered after the introduction of prefix registrations in 1983/84
A705KHG was the first one numerically to carry HCB-Angus bodywork, rather than CFE as hitheto used.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

The second batch of Leyland Freighters was also bodied by Fulton Wylie as inidicated by E114HCW
which having begun life on the coast, had moved inland to Wesham when seen here.
[Copyright picture ~ D. Barker-Brown and reproduced with permission.]

Daf55 T135BCK was seen during an exercise at the Training Centre, 12 February 2011.

Daf 55 PJ52FMV was displaced from Bispham to Wesham.
It was seen at an incident at Freckleton whilst still based at Bispham, 11 June 2010.

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