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Fire appliance, Stratton Fire Station, Swindon

Dennis Fire Engine



The appliance is a Dennis, a long-standing manufacturer of fire appliances. The firefighter in the centre of the image is a member of a specialist team who can be deployed in situations where entry into confined spaces is required.

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