1 Pump Volunteer.
|? to ?
|Dalmunzie Road end
|? to 1999
|Nissan Hut Finegand Farm.
|A93 near Finegand Farm road entrance PH10 7QB. Photo
|? to ?
|Volunteer Leader Jim Ramsay
|? to ?
|Volunteer Leader Ian Cook
|? to 2014
|Leading Fireman David Stewart (was L/Fm 1996)
|2014 to Feb 2020
|Crew Commander Simon Calvin
|Feb 2020 to
|Crew Commander Peter Hart (Still there 26/2/2023)
|Trailer towed by Crew Land Rover
|LWB Land Rover 109
|Dodge K850/HCB Angus
|Dodge K113/HCB Angus
|Dodge G1313/HCB Angus
|Dodge G13c/Fulton and Wylie
|Renault G13/Mountain Range
|Volvo FL6-14/Emergency One
|Volvo FL6-14/Emergency One
|Scania 94-260/Emergency One
|? 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)
|Scottish Fire and Rescue Service
Glenshee is not mentioned in The Perth and Kinross Fire Area Administration Scheme Order, 1952.
1 Water Tender
? Leading Firefighters
This was B14 until 28/6/2004 when it became Station 34 and on ?/12/2015 it became P62 with the introduction of the new National Call Signs.
The construction of
new stations at Kinloch Rannoch, Glenshee and Kirkmichael is now at a very
advanced stage and it is anticipated that at the time of publication
arrangements will have been made to commission the new premises.
Three Gamecock Karrier fire appliances have been refurbished and fitted with radios in preparation for the opening of the stations and, to ensure that the volunteer firemen are accustomed to the new style fire engines, a training programme has been initiated with the emphasis on driving and radio procedures.
(Firemaster's Annual Report 1977/78.)
New fire station cost rises
The cost of a new volunteer fire
station at Glenshee has increased as a result of taking water from a private
supply and the condition that natural stone in used in its construction.
Tayside Fire Board were told the cost had risen from £160,000 to £175,000 for the new station which will include an appliance hall and office, messing, drying and toilet facilities.
Planning permission was granted on June 23 with conditions set down for extensive landscaping and natural stone and slate being used in construction.
Work is expected to start at the beginning of October.
(Dundee Courier 25/8/1998)
Glenshee volunteer fire station opens
The new volunteer fire station at
Glenshee will be officially opened at a small ceremony on September 22, Tayside
Fire Board has decided.
Board member David Scott, who has been a driving force in the development of the station, will perform the official duties.
Among those expected to attend the ceremony will be the stationís fire personnel and their families, representatives of the contractors who built the station and board members.
The station, which will replace the previous facility, is due to open shortly having been delayed by adverse weather conditions.
In his report to the board, Firemaster Derek Marr said the project marked significant progress in volunteer station provision in the brigade.
(The Dundee Courier, 24/8/1999.)
New fire station for Glenshee
<PHOTO> Perth and Kinross Councillor
David Scott (vice-convener, Tayside Fire Board), Dundee Provost Frances Duncan,
(convener, Tayside Fire Board) and Firemaster Derek Marr were joined by board
members and brigade personnel at the opening of the Glenshee volunteer fire
station. 9 crew in photo.
A new volunteer fire station has been opened at Glenshee by Councillor David Scott.
Given the rural and scenic situation the Brigade ensured that the design of the building would blend in with surrounding properties and be sympathetic, aesthetically to the environment.
Further care was taken to ensure that the services were designed in such a way as to include energy saving measures to lessen the environmental impact of the building and to ensure that it would be cost effective in use.
The project involved relocating from their original building at Finegand Farm, which had become outdated and lacked the facilities required of a modern fire station.
The new station provides an appliance hall and multi-purpose area with general office and lecture room facilities where breathing apparatus can be serviced. Toilet and shower areas are now also provided.
Communications equipment, including a fax, have been installed and along with the issue of personal pagers to firefighters, should improve response times for emergency calls.
(Perthshire Advertiser 28/9/1999)
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