Vehicle callsign spreadsheet

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Vehicle callsign spreadsheet

Post by vk6hgr » Wed Feb 01, 2006 8:05 pm

Thanks to WPXZBP for putting all the vehicle/callsign data he knows about into a fantastic and easy to access spreadsheet.

Thanks to everyone who has spotted vehicles and contributed :-)

The link to it is here
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Post by WPXZBP » Wed Feb 01, 2006 8:27 pm

Thanks. You can modify the spreadsheet to add in your own vehicles as you come across them and other info as needed. I protected the front page so that all WARSUG members who contributed could be acknowledged.

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Post by WPXZBP » Mon Feb 13, 2006 5:40 pm

FP = Perenjori
FK = Kalbarri

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Post by gkoutlis » Fri Feb 17, 2006 8:40 am

I think a big thankyou is in order for your time and effort on this spreadsheet wpxzbp.

And a great effort by all others who contribute to the spreadsheet with latest sightings and listings of new callsigns.

I think if its ok with all others, that a spreadsheet be made for FRS/BFS - and maybe for the Paramedics if its ok? :roll: just a thought

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Post by vk6hgr » Fri Feb 17, 2006 10:41 am

WPXZBP wrote: PS - should I do one for FRS/BFS vehicles?
Might be interesting but I'd need a bit of a photo essay to help indentify vehicles. "This is a picture of a 2.4" etc. Do all FESA vehicles have the station name printed on the sides? What about CALM vehicles?
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Post by Millsy » Fri Feb 17, 2006 3:49 pm

gkoutlis wrote:I think if its ok with all others, that a spreadsheet be made for FRS/BFS - and maybe for the Paramedics if its ok? :roll: just a thought
Not Meaning to Shoot Down the idea, But arn't SJA units marked the same ? :?

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Post by gkoutlis » Fri Feb 17, 2006 4:24 pm

Although they are marked the same - they do have different vehicle numbers - i.e Ambulance 13 or 145 - I wasn't meaning SJA - I meant FESA vehicles

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Post by Millsy » Fri Feb 17, 2006 10:07 pm

gkoutlis wrote:Although they are marked the same - they do have different vehicle numbers - i.e Ambulance 13 or 145 - I wasn't meaning SJA - I meant FESA vehicles
Ahhh ok ! :)

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Post by WPXZBP » Sat Feb 18, 2006 12:11 am

vk6hgr wrote:
WPXZBP wrote: PS - should I do one for FRS/BFS vehicles?
Might be interesting but I'd need a bit of a photo essay to help indentify vehicles. "This is a picture of a 2.4" etc. Do all FESA vehicles have the station name printed on the sides? What about CALM vehicles?
Check out the FESA website for the vehicle summary.

Click here for the info or for a more detailed view on the Mazda Light Pumper, Toyota Landcruiser Light Tanker and Rescue Trailer try the Merredin VF&RS website for more info.

Career stations have now been marked with a fluorescent yellow sticker at the front and/or sides with the station name. Newer VFRS/VBFS vehicles are also coming out with station names on the sides. FESA staff vehicles and appliances also have selcall numbers emblazoned on the top in black numbers. All new FESA staff vehicles and appliances are now sporting the fluorescent yellow striping.

It will take a little time to set up a spreadsheet for CFRS/VFRS/VBFS vehicles now that I am at work but will try setting one up. As for stations, if anyone wants to see what VFRS stations look like, the WA Volunteer Fire & Rescue Services Association has pics and some details. Click here for the site.
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Post by ZO100_marto » Sun Feb 19, 2006 5:55 pm

WPXZBP, keep up the great work.

Just a couple of corrections which are mostly my own fault for not being clear with details.

The rodeo's in Gero are 4wd, 107 is a ford not landcruiser and all there fords have cages not pods.

Also seen another FR201 white VZ with VLB although once again not sure of its origin....

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Post by WPXZBP » Sun Feb 19, 2006 8:25 pm

New spreadsheet updated and uploaded 20:20

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Post by gkoutlis » Wed Feb 22, 2006 3:29 pm

Guys as per my post coverage of the suspected bomb threat in East Vic Park this afternoon, QO-309 attended the scene and was there for a good hour or so.

Who are they? Is this the Bomb Squad?

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Post by JG-103 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:40 pm

JG-103 wrote:Would love to see a pic of TE202 then.

Cars i saw at the Burns Beach Control Fire

NX101
AN203 fully marked commodores
AH206

NW103 paddy wagon.

Then there was the operational control bus/ van thinga majig
dunno the call sign or wether it has one, was to busy to ask.

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Post by Fastlane » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:44 pm

JG-103 wrote:Would love to see a pic of TE202 then.

Cars i saw at the Burns Beach Control Fire

NX101
AN203 commodores
AH206

NW103 paddy wagon.
Was also a LD vehicle.. dont recall number, but it was a Rodeo. Officers both had blues on, so perhaps just a spare that was being used?

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Post by nachoman » Wed Feb 22, 2006 8:14 pm

JG-103 wrote:Would love to see a pic of TE202 then..
hope this works

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