[ Login ]

Advertising

Last completed movie pages

Sleepwalker; VampyrVidar; Rent-a-Kid; Bizon; Noc oranzovych ohnu; Ghoulies II; Crook's Tour; Unsere Penny; La squadra; Roadkill; The Ufologist; Dak teol; The Night They Saved Christmas; Taiyô; Yuru Camp; (more...)

1997 LDV Convoy Ambulance UVG Lazer

1997 LDV Convoy Ambulance in V for Vendetta, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: UK

1997 LDV Convoy Ambulance UVG Lazer

Position 01:16:05 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

datsunZ IT

2006-11-21 13:34

Quote


LDV??

junkman UK

2006-11-21 13:35

Quote

Leyland-DAF Sherpa

twingoman EN

2006-11-21 13:38

Quote

LDV Convoy

Weasel1984 PL

2011-05-31 15:03

Quote

I think white indicatros (2002+) and what the plate says?

Sandie SX

2011-05-31 15:04

Quote

The vehicle details for P144 APL are:

Date of Liability 01 03 2007
Date of First Registration 17 03 1997
Year of Manufacture 1997
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 3500CC
CO2 Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type Petrol
Vehicle Status Unlicensed

London Ambulance Service by the plate sequence.

Weasel1984 PL

2011-05-31 15:12

Quote

Thanks again. Always when needed. ;) So orange or replaced. Seems not uncommon.

ingo DE

2015-10-12 00:44

Quote

looks like stock footage - from which incident?

ingo DE

2015-10-13 19:58

Quote

*cough*

Black Bart 2 US

2015-10-15 01:17

Quote

I remember that this was during the part where some girl was giving an annoying narration about her losing her girlfriend. Part of the narration was something to do with the Iraq War (or what the narration says "America's War" *Haha*).

So I'm suspecting the footage is from an aftermath of a terror attack in London. I could be wrong, though.

dsl SX

2015-10-15 01:26

Quote

Sandie wrote Pxx APL was the sequence used by the London Ambulance Service for their Convoys which were Coachbuilt rather than Van bodies.


steve38 wrote P95APL is a UVG bodied LDV Convoy ambulance .....


Both quotes from /vehicle_316541-LDV-Convoy-Ambulance-1997.html

kudos SX

2015-10-19 19:08

Quote

More specifically UVG Lazer bodywork.

jpts AU

2016-09-26 07:31

Quote

Black Bart 2 wrote I remember that this was during the part where some girl was giving an annoying narration about her losing her girlfriend. Part of the narration was something to do with the Iraq War (or what the narration says "America's War" *Haha*).

So I'm suspecting the footage is from an aftermath of a terror attack in London. I could be wrong, though.


It looks like the archive news footage of the 7/7 Bombings that occurred on the Number 30 bus in Tavistock and on the C Stock 69 and 77 trains numbered 204 on the Circle Line between Liverpool Street and Aldgate Underground Stations and 216 also on the Circle Line between Kings Cross St. Pancras and Paddington Underground Stations and on the 1973 stock train numbered 311 between Kings Cross and St. Pancras and Russell Square.

-- Last edit: 2016-10-17 05:05:35

rtsbusman1997 US

2016-09-29 10:24

Quote

Movie came out in December 2005 and filmed from 7 March 2005 - 9 June 2005 so maybe? I can't picture the footage being picked up that quickly before post production began. Maybe some IRA thing? All the vehicles don't look past 2000 and the main ambulance looks brand new.

jpts AU

2016-10-17 05:28

Quote

It could be the archive news footage of the London Nail Bombings committed by British Neo-Nazi militant; David Copeland in various locations around London between the 17th and the 30th April 1999.

The bombings had consisted of three nail bombs that detonated in various locations around and London:

First Bombing- Detonated outside the Iceland Supermarket on Electric Avenue at Brixton in South London on the afternoon of the 17th April 1999, was originally supposed to go off at the Brixton Markets up the road from the supermarket but was moved several times by suspicious traders at the markets.

The bomb resulted in 48 injured including a toddler with a nail driven into the skull.

Second Bombing- Detonated in the boot of a car outside of the Empee Silk Fabrics store on Brick Lane at Whitechapel in the East End on the afternoon of the 24th April, was originally supposed to go off in Brick Lane where a street market is held but due to the street being less busy (as it was a Saturday and the market were held every Sunday), the bag containing the bomb was left in Hanbury Street where it was picked up by a passerby who tried to take the bag to a nearby local police station but couldn't due to the police station being closed.

As a result, the man placed the bag in the boot of his car where it detonated, the bomb resulted in 13 injured.

Third Bombing- Detonated at the Admiral Duncan Pub on Old Compton Street at Soho in the West End on the evening of the 30th April, the bombing killed three; a pregnant woman and two friends who were out celebrating the woman's pregnancy (as this was her first) and injured 79 including the woman's husband who was with her and the two friends.

Out the 79 injured, four had to have their badly damaged limbs amputated.

-- Last edit: 2017-11-16 14:00:43

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...

Advertising