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Malta

The Republic of Malta is a country in South East Europe and is an island nation.
Malta has an estimated population of 413,000 people and a land mass of 316 km2 / 121 sq mi.
Mercedes Sprinter 412D A Mercedes Sprinter ambulance used by the 'Emergency Fire & Rescue Unit' which is a voluntary organi...
Wartime Ambulance A wartime Ambulance owned by the 'Heritage Malta'. I believe it is an Austin truck but I could be wr...
VW T-3 army ambulance An old VW-T-3 ambulance of the public health service now in service wirh the armed forces, seen at V...
VW T-3 army ambulance , rear photo Seen at Valletta at the Grandmasters Palace. See also:
Melita 1 SAR Boat of the armed forces malta One of 2 identical boats build in 1998 by Italian wharf Cantiere Navale Vittoria, length 12.6m, broa...
Melita 1 At full speed near fort Elmo Valetta nearing grand harbour See also picture #3218 for details
St.John Ambulance, Malta A Toyota Hiace of the St John Ambulance Malta Valletta branch, one of 4 on the island, the other are...
Toyota amb of St John Ambulance Malta Rear sight of the ambulance of picture #3220. Registration TFB-523
Red Cross Amb.Valletta,Malta RA-2 a Ford Transit / Wilker amb seen at Valletta See also picture #3223
Red Cross Amb.Valletta,Malta,side another view of TFI-175 see also:
Ford Transit,rear rear view See also:
Toyota Hiace at Mater Dei Hosptal,Malta A private ambulance on lease to the public health service, due to shortages and break downs of sever...

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