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Nice retirement home at museum for police motorbike that had ‘hard life’ patrolling north-east

Pictured are from left, Superintendent Stewart Mackie from Police Scotland,  Mike Ward MBE, Curator, Grampian Transport Museum and Superintendent Louise Blakelock. 
A Police motorcycle was donated to Grampian Transport Museum, Alford. The 'retired' motorcycle, a 2009 BMW R1200RT, has reached the end of its service with the Road Policing Unit and will join an ex-Grampian Police 1985 Rover SD1 Vitesse that is already on display at the museum. 
Picture by DARRELL BENNS 
Pictured on 16/12/2019   
CR0017601 / CR0017539
Pictured are from left, Superintendent Stewart Mackie from Police Scotland, Mike Ward MBE, Curator, Grampian Transport Museum and Superintendent Louise Blakelock. A Police motorcycle was donated to Grampian Transport Museum, Alford. The 'retired' motorcycle, a 2009 BMW R1200RT, has reached the end of its service with the Road Policing Unit and will join an ex-Grampian Police 1985 Rover SD1 Vitesse that is already on display at the museum. Picture by DARRELL BENNS Pictured on 16/12/2019 CR0017601 / CR0017539

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