Monthly Archives: August 2012

More photos from the recent family wedding

At last we have the professional photos from Catherine and Brian’s wedding. They were taken by Hannah and Ben Appleby, whose website is hbaphotography.com Hannah and Ben have kindly given permission for me to use the photos on this website. If … Continue reading

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RAF Cranwell Fly-in Day

The NFS turned out with three vehicles to RAF Cranwell for their Flying Club Fly-in Day in aid to the Air Ambulance. We were privileged to be invited to arrive on the Saturday afternoon, so we could see one of … Continue reading

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New photos of Crich

Our friendly photographer, Tim Rogers, has just sent in these photos.

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The NFS saves the pub in Crich from an Air Raid

The air raid at Crich Tramway Museum last Saturday: The NFS turn out to an air raid at Crich A wonderful video by James and Karina.

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Sunday at Crich

Well, what d’you know? The Germans bombed the same pub again the very next day at the same time! Luckily for the pub, the National Fire Service was on full alert at their base just a few hundred yards up the road, … Continue reading

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Crich 1940s today

We had an early start today to get all the vehicles to Crich Tramway Museum in time to get the water supply prepared before the museum opened to the public at 10am. The main event was a scenario just after … Continue reading

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RAF Cranwell Fly-in 19th August

The annual Fly-in organised by the Cranwell Flying Club at RAF Cranwell is looking like it will be a great fun event. We have been invited to take all three wartime vehicles to set the scene amongst 60 visiting aircraft, … Continue reading

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K4 cab side now has new logo

This excellent sign-writing was recently done by our good friend Alison Milton, of www.alisonandhughshandmadethings.co.uk ‘8’ refers to Fire Force 8, which was Nottinghamshire. ‘D’ is for the City Centre District. TL1 means that it is Turntable Ladder No 1 in the … Continue reading

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