The preceeding week had seen one of the final stages in the restoration of 240FLM. During that week, the final graphics had been applied to the exterior of the vehicle and these included the London Fire Brigade scripts, LCC crests, vehicle weight and tyre pressures so by the time the appliance set off for Enfield after a polish, she looked absolutely beautiful.
On arrival at Enfield, we were allowed the prime spot on the front forecourt and were soon joined by one of the new LFB Metz, 32metre Turntable ladders which provided a wonderful "then and now" comparison during the day.
Each ladder put on a demonstration for the crowds who flocked all over the appliances as well as taking in the other, many attractions available.
Next week, the 29th August 2022 at 1300 until 1600, 240FLM will be making another public appearance, this time at its "home" at Romford Fire Station where the station open day will be taking place. Why not pop along and say hello?
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