FRS Scania 93M Heavy Pumps

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FRS Scania 93M Heavy Pumps

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Thought I'd share these here after posting them to ozfire.

I have slowly been getting all of my photos properly catalogued with Lightroom, and after recent discussion on these Heavy Pumps, I thought I'd upload them all and share.I am missing images of HP6 which served at Canningvale, and HP11, which may have served at Welshpool, or Success.

All of these are in the process of, or already been replaced. Initially there was a plan to replace with Heavy Pumps, however now all Heavy and Medium Pumps will be replaced with Urban Pumps, capable of the same pump output. There are a number of new Heavy Pumps on the run already though.

So, to these:

Australian Fire Co. build, Hale pump: 4750lpm
Those with Steve's book will see a great shot of HP2 when it was much younger, on the South Perth foreshore.

HP2 Perth
8AS000

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WA FRS Perth HP by In the Smoke, on Flickr

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WA FRS Perth HP by In the Smoke, on Flickr


HP3 Belmont
8DX201

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WA FRS Belmont by In the Smoke, on Flickr


HP4 Kensington
8DX598

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WA FRS Kensington by In the Smoke, on Flickr

Kensington and Perth at MVA multiple vehicles
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WA FRS Heavy Pumps by In the Smoke, on Flickr

HP5 Daglish 1st
8EH543

HP6 Canningvale
8EM649

HP7 Bassendean
8FB318

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WA FRS Bassendean HP by In the Smoke, on Flickr


HP8 Fremantle 1st
8EM928

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WA FRS Fremantle Heavy Pumper by In the Smoke, on Flickr


HP9 Duncraig
8FD726

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WA FRS Duncraig by In the Smoke, on Flickr

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WA FRS Duncraig by In the Smoke, on Flickr

HP10 Metro Spare
8HW829

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WA FRS HP10 - Spare Heavy Pumper by In the Smoke, on Flickr
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Re: FRS Scania 93M Heavy Pumps

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Former HP2 and HP9 have since been decommisioned and sent for disposal. See my post here (http://warsug.info/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6913&start=0) for pics and reference. Former HP9 is still on the lot.
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Thanks for sharing Kylep
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Thanks AE. These pics were mostly taken from when I was still living over there, so 5 years ago now. As far as I'm aware there are only a couple left in service, and a few at Forrestfield Training.

HP6(ex Canningvale) is also on one of the auction sites.

I'm going to try and do a few of these series soon with different appliances, as I get my Catalog more organised. Several hundred thousand photos to tag is a slow and painful job, though you come across some gems from the past occasionally.
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Who is left with these old Series 3 Pumps now? Beside the training centre
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Re: FRS Scania 93M Heavy Pumps

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written_ficton wrote:Who is left with these old Series 3 Pumps now? Beside the training centre
???? Series 3 are medium pumps,while these are heavy pumps. Try looking in this thread. It should have all of the answers

http://warsug.info/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=5454
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I can't delete this post. Would a friendly member of the WARSUG admin delete this?
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written_ficton wrote:The question is:

Who is left with these Series 3 Pumps now?
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=series+3+MP+FESA+warsug
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