The following local companies have provided services to the Museum.
George and his Friend Jim answered our call for assistance when their company J & A Contracting provided a low-loader free of charge. The team loaded a Royal Navy TACR 1 and the Austin K6 Gas Truck for the move. The winch fitted to the trailer enabled the TACR to...
Word of mouth certainly worked last week when Tim answered the call for help from fellow lorry drivers to help with the move. Tim, working for Harvey Brothers, safely transported our rare Bedford OY water bowser to Alford. This was a real challenge as the vehicle is a...
We are very grateful to Nick from Walker Plant who did a brilliant job for us last week. Given that we have not got room under cover at Alford for all our vehicles, we've had to find alternative storage for some of our more vulnerable vehicles namely our Green...
Jim Moon from M-Tec Engineering kindly offered the use of his plant lorry to help move vehicles. Jim tried to reach the museum on the same day a nasty traffic accident occurred on the A1. This resulted in him being stuck in traffic for nearly six hours which, as his...
If you thought moving house was a challenge, try moving 52 vehicles and 20,000 museum exhibits! Luckily our new found friends at Riggall's Removals stepped in to offer two of their massive Removal Lorries to help transfer the more delicate objects together with the...
Autoglass Autoglass help with making and fitting glass to the various Vehicles as they need them, some windows have had to be custom made from templates.
Scunthorpe Powder Coating have assisted the RAF Fire Museum in a number of projects repainting vehicle parts and exhibits.
High-Tech Fire & Security
High Tech Fire & Security have been very kind to donate security cameras and Digital Video Recorder to help the Museum secure it’s numerous exhibit pieces within the Museum.
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