Second Storage Facility Open Day








New Home - no access to public yet

Museum of RAF Firefighting
North Warren Road
DN21 2TU


W.O. Steve Shirley MBE

W.O. Steve Shirley MBE

Museum Founder and Owner

The Museum can trace its origins back to the time when Steve received his first fire engine model, a gift from his wife Kim on the day he graduated from the Fire School at RAF Catterick in 1983.  Since then the collection has grown at an alarming rate with a growing band of volunteers, a large collection of over 42 specialist crash tenders and fire appliances as well as thousands of other fire-fighting artefacts, there is something for everyone to explore and bring out the kid from within.  With the ability to literally reach out and touch most of our exhibits you are able to imagine what it was like to be a fire-fighter in the past as well as how modern Fire-fighting equipment compares.

Skellingthorpe school

A sunny day with the TACR1 and Sabre in the local community

Mk6 sees daylight and has a run

Although lots of packing was achieved on Saturday, some of the team had Vehicles to check over, ready for another move, but also show worthy vehicles get that TLC and tests when possible.

Press release April 2018

Museum of RAF fire Fighting We are very sad to announce that the Museum of RAF Fire Fighting is unable to proceed with its planned official opening, which was due to take place on the 4th May 2018 at their newly acquired home at North Warren Road Gainsborough. Due to...

Museum Update Saturday 7th April

Today saw a brilliant turnout, 18 volunteers turned their attention to various projects which included:- 20 bags of rubbish taken to the local tip. Work carried out on K4 brakes and fuel system. New security lights put up over entrance door. New lights and switches...