Photography Chesterfield Engine 1 August 11, 2016 / 19 Comments August 2016 Sharing is caring...EmailFacebookLinkedInPinterestPrintRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
I truly like this vintage fire engine. I wonder how old is it and if it still runs.
This is lovely, hardly will we see this vehicle running this days. Woods has taken over. Beautiful caption
Nice and clear picture. Gone are the days of this cool vehicles.. Thanks for posting.
An abandoned fire fighters vehicle. Wont take too much stress to make running again just that the engine might need a total change but the body still looks pretty good. Nice one
This is one cool truck..nice colour and still looks neat..nice picture
This firetruck looks very new. This is really useful.
The truck looks very lovely. I sure hope it can still work.
A very old school truck indeed. We rarely see these around anymore nowadays.
I wonder how long the fire truck has been stuck here. It sure looks like a long while.
Beats me why the firetruck is abandoned in the middle of the woods. It looks pretty okay to me.
This truck has to be at least a few decades old! It has seen its share of better days.
Now what is a fire engine doing in the middle of the forest? Also what’s wrong with it? It still looks somewhat new if judging only by the vibrant red paint it still has.
I really like the graphic on the truck’s side door. Very well done and artistic too.
The red looks great on the fire truck. The shot has also been very well done.
The lush forest is very eye catching. I bet there must be some wild animals looming around.
For its age, the fire truck looks to be in a very good condition. I think it still has some years of service left in it.
With a bit of repairs and repainting, the truck can be as good as new. It shouldn’t be written off.
If I had a truck like this I would convert it to some kind of classic truck. I can think of so many creative uses for it!
Is this still in working order? It seems highly unlikely. It is good though this truck for sure has helped a lot of lives but it just so happens that it is time to hang the towel? Who knows it can still be fixed.