We use cookies to track visitor statistics and personalise adverts. This info is shared with Google. Only use the site if you agree to this. OK, I agree
Librapix Link

Fire Engines Photos

Upload a Picture About this Site | Links | Random Pic | Advanced Search Home | Latest Additions | Contributors | Visitors
Dennis F7 PE East Ham FB
Fire Engine Photos
No: 40852   Contributor: Petros   Year: 2018   Manufacturer: Dennis   Country: United Kingdom
Dennis F7 PE East Ham FB

1949 appliance taken in front of the old 1914 East Ham fire station High Street South, London E6. The building survives. After it closed in the 60s it was converted to council offices, together with the firemen's accommodation just round the corner in Nelson Street. In the last three years both buildings have been converted to residential by a council owned company, Red Door ventures that provides market rent accommodation.
Note the odd roof sign on this F7.
Photo courtesy Newham Archives.
Picture added on 14 February 2018 at 10:04
add commentComments:
Does anyone know when the F7 was discontinued? It seems there were many more F12s sold, presumably because the shorter wheelbase made it a bit more maneuverable...

Added by Rob Johnson on 19 February 2018.
This is an F7 and a very early one with the roof box on top rather than the built in roof box window with twin amber flashers seen on most production F7 & F12's

Added by Brett Clayton on 21 February 2018.
Please add your comments about this picture using the form below.


Your Name

Your email address - this will be shown on the page and will allow the system to notify you of further comments added to this picture.


Dennis N series West Ham Fire BrigadeDennis Morris Magirus TLP West Ham FB  AN8434Dennis Sabre S221KODDennis F7 PE East Ham FB EHV 7541953 Dennis F8 PBP 137 Basingstokeold Dennis Fire Engineretired Dennis ladder truckDennis F8 KCE820E20 Brightlingsea Rescue Pump, Essex.Dennis Sabre/JDC WrLs Essex FRS
My Album Admin Login | Terms & Copyright | Try our site about Classic Cars | New Hosting