1 Pump Retained.
|? to ?||Glenairlie|
|? to 1964||Lyon Road, KILLIN.|
|27/5/1964 to||Main Street, KILLIN. FK21 8UH. Photo|
|<1943 to 1951||Leading Fireman Tam Bickerton|
|8/3/1951 to 16/9/1976||Sub Officer Ian Fraser|
|20/10/1977 to 7/3/1990||Sub Officer Michael Grant|
|7/3/1990 to 10/9/1991||Leading Firefighter Lester Mitchell (no Sub in this period)|
|10/9/1991 to||Sub Officer Iain Campbell|
|1970||SES286J||Dodge K850/HCB Angus||WrT|
|XLS279T||Dodge G1313/Fulton and Wylie||WrT|
|1990||WMS254Y||Dodge G1313/Fulton and Wylie||WrL|
|C873XLS||Dodge G1313/Fulton and Wylie||WrL|
|1998||P481CMS||Volvo FL6-14/Emergency One||WrL|
|1941 to 1948||National Fire Service|
|1948 to 1975||Perth and Kinross Fire Brigade|
|1975 to 1996||Central Region Fire Brigade|
|1996 to 2004||Central Scotland Fire Brigade|
|17/9/2004 to 2013||Central Scotland Fire and Rescue Service|
|1/4/2013||Scottish Fire and Rescue Service|
The Perth and Kinross Fire Area Administration Scheme Order, 1948
|1 Standard Towing Unit towing Light Trailer Pump||1 Leading Fireman|
The Perth and Kinross Fire Area Administration Scheme Order, 1952
|1 Pump Appliance||1 Leading Fireman|
1 Water Tender Ladder
1 Sub Officer
2 Leading Firefighters
Station Officers were in charge of retained stations until 1975 when the new Central Region Fire Brigade decided they didnít want Retained Station Officers and all new Officers in Charge had the rank of Sub Officer. Existing Station Officers retained the rank until they retired.
26/1/2016 was Station S7, New National Call Sign is M24.
Killinís New Fire Station Opened
Fulfilling his first public
engagement since being appointed a county councillor, Mr. James C. MacNab, Yr of
MacNab, officially opened the new fire station at Killin on Wednesday evening.
It is the 10th new station to be built by Perth and Kinross Joint
Mr. MacNab, Mr. A.D.C. Main, chairman of the committee, and ex-Bailie W. H. Baxter, vice chairman, were received by Firemaster A. Masson, prior to the inspection of the guard of honour formed by the members of the Killin retained unit.
In his introductory remarks Mr. Main said that human carelessness was the chief cause of the ever increasing fire loss in the country today.
Mr MacNab declared the building open by breaking the glass fronted switch of the station alarm bell. The fully manned Killen water tender immediately responded to this call and proceeded out of the station with fire bells ringing.
The chromium plated minature firemanís axe which Mr. MacNab used to break the glass was presented to him by Mr. Main as a memento of the occasion.
(Perthshire Advertiser, Saturday, 30 May, 1964. Page 9.)
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