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Ex WY Volvo J789 GJX Spotted In Cleckheaton

Posted on May 8, 2009 at 8:12 PM

I was in Cleckheaton yesterday, And was surprised to see an 'Old friend' - Volvo J789 GJX sail past!

 

I didn't know this machine was privately owned, Or is maybe owned by a local enthusiast?

 

She was still in full WY colours, And also still had the ladders on!!

 

I didn't have my camera with me - typical!!

 

Has anyone else seen J789 about, Or any other 'Oldies'?

 

Best Regards.

Mark Elliott.

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3 Comments

Reply andy@fireengine4hire.com
8:38 AM on May 9, 2009 
Hi Mark
I have an Ex West Yorks Volvo
L 730 EJx Ex Mirfield
I use it to rent out to TV companies etc
Have a look at my web site for pictures and what we have done etc
www.fireengine4hire.com
Regards
Andy
Reply Wayne Gilmore
5:29 AM on July 26, 2009 
Mark J789GJX is with Ciba , Low Moor, but it is painted white, look at Grahams pictures of it on this site. Could you have seen J788GJX which is YFF cadet pump at Halifax?
Reply Mark Elliott
9:02 PM on August 24, 2009 
Hi, I think it was Dewsbury's Training App, Not 100% sure of the reg.

I got J789 CJX into my head for some reason.Lol!!

Defo not J789 then as the one I saw was in 'Pure Red WY colours'

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