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Details of Dinky 25h Stream Lined Fire Engine

Dinky 25h red ladder
 John Cruickshank
Dinky 25h red ladder
Dinky 25h red ladder
 John Cruickshank
Dinky 25h red ladder
Dinky 25h red ladder
 John Cruickshank
Dinky 25h red ladder
Dinky 25h red ladder
 John Cruickshank
Dinky 25h red ladder
Dinky 25h
 John Morris
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Maestro
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Salvador Ferrero
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Richard Kloosterboer
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h with slotted baseplate
 dee
Dinky 25h with slotted baseplate
Dinky 25h with slotted baseplate
 dee
Dinky 25h with slotted baseplate
Restored Dinky 25h
 Mike Foote
Restored Dinky 25h
Dinky 25H
 Stapleford Railway
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25h
 John Morris
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 John Morris
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 John Morris
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Graham Williams
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Graham Williams
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Graham Williams
Dinky 25h
Dinky 25h
 Graham Williams
Dinky 25h
Details of the vehicle 25H was based on
 Peter Leach
Details of the vehicle 25H was based on
The vehicle 25H was based on
 Peter Leach
The vehicle 25H was based on
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H
Dinky 25H
 Peter Leach
Dinky 25H

The Dinky Stream Lined Fire Engine. In April 1936, Dinky Toys introduced the Streamlined Fire Engine, 25h, which cost 9 pence. From May through to December, the Streamlined Fire Engine appeared in the Dinky Toys advert within the Meccano Magazine. In July, 1936, the model featured on the magazine's prestigious penultimate page where, at a time of almost no colour printing, the page was tinted blue to denote its importance.

In 1953, the model was re-introduced and throughout the summer of that year, the model was advertised in the Meccano Magazine at a cost of 2/11. Although renumbered 250, between 1953 and 1958, the model had smooth black tyres, which were eventually replaced with treaded tyres. The model had a tinplate ladder and brass bell, with the appliances rear fittings painted silver. The model was discontinued in 1962.

The actual fire engine was manufactured by Leyland, the 'Cub' design and chassis, with Merryweather 'Limousine' bodywork and a range of fittings. Throughout the 1930s and 1940s, the Streamlined Fire Engine was popular with many brigades, including Bournemouth, London, Coventry, Stourbridge, Lancaster, Newcastle, Redcar and Carlisle. The vehicle was also exported to Austria.

Launched in 1936, re-issued in 1953, re-numbered in 1954 and deleted in 1962. The original price was 9d . It was available in red finish. Released as Dinky 25h in 1936 withdrawn as Dinky 25h in 1962.

Base:

detailed base, tin plate base

Model features:

bell, driver, ladder

Organisation:

fire and rescue

Origin:

Made in England

Vehicle make:

Leyland, Merryweather

Vehicle model:

Cub

Vehicle type:

Fire engine

Wheels:

black treaded tyres, cast ridged hubs, crimped axles, plain rubber tyres

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  • Thanks to dee
  • Thanks to Graham Williams
  • Thanks to John Morris
  • Thanks to Maestro
  • Thanks to Mike Foote
  • Thanks to Peter Leach
  • Thanks to Richard Kloosterboer
  • Thanks to Salvador Ferrero
  • Thanks to Stapleford Railway
  • Thanks to Terry Cawser