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LandRover and Austin Shillingstone Dorset
Fire Engine Photos
No: 17784   Contributor: Morgan Chapman   Year: 2000   Manufacturers: Austin, Land Rover   Country: United Kingdom
LandRover and Austin Shillingstone Dorset

Landrover & Austin Gypsey fire tenders photographed at shillingstone Dorset 2000.
Picture added on 21 June 2009 at 09:58
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Hi my name is jimmy walsh any i am a novis when it comes to fire engines but can anyone tell me how i could get a list of all the fire shows that i can attend over the coming year

Added by James Walsh on 06 November 2009.
Jimmy, its probably in your interest to join the Fire Brigade Society or another transport orientated club. I am sure some members on here will be willing to help you out.

Added by John Stott on 07 November 2009.
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