The Museum purchased this Range Rover TACR2 Rapid Intervention fire engine from the Ministry of Defence in 2000. It is fully operational and was previously used by the Royal Navy. The TACR2 has a tank capacity of 900 litres of pre-mixed foam, an Albany AP8 pump and a telescopic lighting mast. It is designed to provide fast response fire fighting prior to the arrival of the main Pathfinder foam tender. During the November 2000 floods the Museum’s Fire Service used the TACR2 to provided support for 22 Squadron RAF Chinooks in their flood defence work at Selby.