1 Pump, Retained.
|? to 12/7/1984||Dundas Street, COMRIE.|
|12/7/1984 to||Strowan Road, COMRIE. PH6 2EH. Photo|
|1960||Sub Officer Peter Mills|
? to Dec. 1990
Sub Officer Mitchell
Sub Officer Bill Kay
|2004?||Watch Manager Gregor Muirhead|
|2010||Watch Manager Ben Liversedge (there 2014)|
|1973||KGS901G||Commer VBKW/HCB Angus||HrT|
|1990||TTS574S||Dodge K1113/HCB Angus||WrL|
|1992||C889YTS||Dodge G13c/Fulton and Wylie||WrL|
|1998||K37LES||Volvo FL6-14/Emergency One||WrL|
|2005||K38LES||Volvo FL6-14/Emergency One||WrL|
|1941 to 1948||National Fire Service|
|1948 to 1975||Perth and Kinross Fire Brigade|
|1975 to 7/6/2005||Tayside Fire Brigade|
|8/6/2005 to 2013||Tayside Fire and Rescue (Name change only)|
|1/4/2013||Scottish Fire and Rescue Service|
The Perth and Kinross Fire Area Administration Scheme Order, 1948
1 Standard Towing Unit with Light Pump
mounted 1 Leading Fireman
1 Large Trailer Pump 9 Firemen
The Perth and Kinross Fire Area Administration Scheme Order, 1952
2 Leading Firemen
1 Water Tender
? Leading Firefighters
This was B04 until 28/6/2004 when it became Station 24 and on ?/12/2015 it became P34 with the introduction of the new National Call Signs.
£166,000 FIRE STATION
“COMRIE now has a fire station
worthy of its people,” commented Tayside Regional Councillor William Johnston at
the official opening of Comrie’s new £166,000 fire station last night.
Councillor Johnston, Convener of Tayside Police and Fire Committee, described the new station as a “massive improvement.”
“This splendid building gives Comrie a purpose built fire station with modern, up-to-date facilities for men and machines.”
Designed by the region’s architectural services department and constructed by Carmichael Builders (Cornrie) Ltd., the new station off Strowan Road, replaces premises in Dundas Street.
“I cannot praise highly enough the firemen who operated out of Dundas Street,” added Councillor Johnston. “They did a marvellous job with a building which presented operational difficulties. Now they have a station geared to their needs, and geared to the needs of Comrie.”
The Dundas Street station, on Comrie’s busy main street, was too small to house a modern fire appliance. Along with the new bulding, Comrie now has an up-to-date fire appliance to replace the previous model.
The new station, which has been in operation less than a month, is single storey, traditional construction. Accommodation includes a one-vehicle appliance room, and the building has been designed to reduce maintainence to a minimum.
Training facilities have been provided, along with better accommodation, for Comrie’s 12 retained firemen. Car parking for the men, always a problem with the old station, is available, plus a lecture room, drill yard and drill tower for fire practice.
The station’s proximity to the River Earn offers opportunities for pump practice.
“This building is in keeping with the modern day requirements of Comrie and I am delighted to officially declare it open,” said Councillor Johnston.
Dr W. K. Fitzgerald, convener of the regional council, gave the opening address at last night’s ceremony and the vote of thanks came from Councillor Hugh MacPhail, vice-convener of the Police and Fire Committee.
(Perthshire Advertiser, Friday, July 13,1984. Page 1.)
Fire Station Opened
<PHOTO> Pictured at the opening
of the new Comrie Fire Station were (l to r)-Dr. William K. Fitzgerald, convener
of Tayside Regional Council, Councillor William Johnston, convener of Tayside
Police and Fire Committee, who formally opened the station, and Firemaster David
(Perthshire Advertiser, Tuesday, July 17,1984. Page 15.)
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