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  1. well done Davie and Graeme, the museum looks great with a very modern feel to it, I was well impressed when I visited.

  2. Dave / Graeme,
    On behalf of all the members of the Rotary Club of Gourock please accept our sincere thanks for the visit last night.
    It was very well received as witnessed by the excellent turnout last night.
    We wish you well in the future.
    Cheers
    Bob Webster

  3. Hi I ve put the info from your website about the austin k2’s of your Brigade on mine presume thats ok….
    Hope to hear from you soon
    Kind Regards
    Martin Vandepoel The Netherlands

  4. Dear mr Adam,
    the welcome we got in Greenock was really great last sunday. Your museum looks quite well in order, with interesting and exciting things for young and old.

  5. Thank you so much for the museum visit today. Nicky and I really enjoyed the tour and the friendliness of the staff.
    Pauline

  6. We would like to thank all the team who did a great job at our wedding at Airth Castle, the fire engine created a real buzz amoung our guests and it helped to make our day really special.

  7. Just found out about this site great to see ggx689 has been looked after as this appliance has a bit of me in it as i was one of the original members of Central Scotland fire brigade appliance preservation group that spent many hours rebuilding it along with the other members.So glad to see it being looked after and to a high standard Keep up the good work fellas. I might get throught to Greenock one day.
    Bruce Duncan

  8. Hi David,
    Just a short note to thank your and your colleagues for a fantastic visit to the museum on Sunday. All of the Scouts from the 6th West Lothian Troop have ask myself to pass on their sincere thanks. I am sure others from the group will be visiting you in the future.
    It’s always a special event to invest a new Scout into the group and I’m sure none of us will forget the event on Sunday, a first for us.
    Thanks again
    Grant Lawrie, Scout Leader 6th West Lothian

  9. Hi boys.
    I met u all yesterday at the scottish car show 🙂 you all really made my day with my pink firemans hat 😉 and getting to have some photos taken with u. U seem a lovely bunch. Keep up the good work and keep in touch 🙂 stacey x

  10. May I congratulate each and every one of you in your exceptional success in the opening of the new fire museum in Greenock. In these difficult economic times I have to applaud both SFR and Inverclyde District Council having the foresight to support this very worthy initiative. My biggest thanks goes however to all the Volunteers in SFRPG, who, without their tireless contributions over many years this museum just wouldn’t have been possible in the first place – well done and thank you.

  11. Great site guys.
    Keep up the superb work. Your museum sounds just cool. Will make a point to visit on our trip to Scotland next year.
    Keep safe
    Karl Vernachi. OFD (rtd)

  12. hello everyone.im steve,i live in stockton-on-tees,ive recently been lucky to purchase LDV N472BST,she in good overall condition,though stripped of decals /lights/2tones etc.i would dearly love to bring her back to as she was.i have a log book for her& a GP1010PUMP795031,iam looking for as much information/photos or contacts who can help me.i did recieve some info from a chap(i think hes called mr kirkwell/wood)but being the idiot i am on computers,i deleted his contact details.i am trying to join the group,but cant,for some reason download a form,so,is it possible i could have 1posted to me?please feel free to pass on my contact details whom you may think could help me,they are— steve mccabe flat4 hackworth court,bishopton lane,stockton-on-tees TS182AZ.01642614055(landline)07908443328(mobile) stevemccabe@hotmail.co.uk (e-mail).can i also say that i look forward to seeing everyone at Preston park this year.i hope to attend along with my friend keith who owns an ex Austrian reserve mercedes benz unimog,.thank you all for taking the time to read this&i look forward to hearing from you soon along with details of how i might join the group.thank you once again .steve

  13. hello again everyone,i think-i sent you a recent e-mail concerning aunit i got from e-bay,well its N472 BST a LDV 400 series from the Highlands&Islands.currently it has not equipment&im trying to get information/equipment to bring here back to her original livery.can anyone provide me with photos/information history etc?ive included my contact details.01642614055/07908443328.stevemccabe@hotmail.co.uk well heres hoping!!!steve-&thank you.

  14. George
    Thank you for your enquiry. Keep checking the website for news of the museum opening date. A new section of the site focusing on the museum will be online early in the new year.

  15. Greetings
    Im firefighter in Czech republic but Im also a collector of firetrucks models. I would like to ask you if you could send me the measurements of Dennis F8 firetruck most important for me is the wheelbase. I would be most grateful. Thank you in advance

  16. fantastic site full of first class information, canny wait till the new museam opens i will be first in the que when it opens, wully mac larky crew

  17. HI . It is great to see these appliances looking so good after all the hard work that has gone into restoreing them it is also good to see 3 appliances that were used on the isle of arran among them keep up the good work.

  18. Marvelous collection of Historic Appliances preserving in working order the Important heritage of our emergency services Too many folk take them for granted till they need them

  19. Delighted to see the Merryweather steamer in one piece again.Looking at the photographs Ian Grant has done an excellent job. I still can’t get over the speed of his turn-around, he must have pulled out all the stops for you guys.

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and Heritage Centre
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