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Merry Weather fire engine, named 'Alderman Pickles', of Todmorden Fire Service, heads a parade of engines. Photo taken in Cragg Vale.

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Taken at Pall Mall, now a car park. Watson's mill on the left, now Russell Dean's furniture shop. Postcard.

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The horse-drawn fire tender with its crew are photographed on Rochdale Road before joining a procession, about 1905. The man holding the horse is John Hamer Hollinrake who, in 1911, became the Chief Fire Officer.

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First Motor Fire Engine - Local officials and visitors from neighbouring towns met at the Fire Station on 30th October 1914 to witness the arrival of the new motor fire engine, delivered by Merryweather & Co. of London. Shortly after 2 o'clock,…

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c1961. Note the open cab on the Leyland engine.

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Derek Pollard standing by the turntable vehicle
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