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There is nothing in my local library on Dennis Brothers Limited. From diverse websites, however, I gather that this is an N Type Dennis. I assume that it was built in the 1910s or 1920s, though it is seen here at Ferozepore Arsenal in 1937. Can anybody tell me please much about the N Type?

John.


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Hi John. heres a link to Fire-Engine-photos.com... showing a 1914 N type

http://www.fire-engine-photos.com/picture/number7633.asp

A list of preserved engines including N type....has lots of info....

http://www.clavis.co.uk/Dennis/

Dennis N Type workshop manual....

http://www.union.ic.ac.uk/rcc/rcsmotor/technical/Manual

Dennis downloads instuction books etc....

http://www.dennisfire.co.uk/Downloads.html

Hope this helps.....

Cheers

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Ironsides, many thanks for the tips re the downloadable manuals in particular.

On a related matter, I have just obtained Bart Vanderveen's book 'The Observer's Army Vehicles Directory to 1940'. Next to nothing on Dennis fire engines, but a splendid book none the less. But I dare say members of the forum have long had it in their library already...

John.


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