Peshawar exhibits old British fire engines


A museum in Peshawar, Pakistan, is exhibiting a century old fire engines made by a London based company, Merryweather.

Peshawar fire brigade department was established by the British in 1912.

The exhibits on display are believed to be the oldest fire engines in the country.

Arif Shamim reports.

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