HISTORY OF THE APPARATUS
75 gallon Kenawha chemical truck. Answered 19 alarms in its first year of
Company's first Pumper. Carried 550 feet of hose.
An old photo indicated it may have been wrecked.
Purchased in 1947 to replace the Stutz 6. Sold in 1954 to Cameron's
junkyard on Rt. 1 and Old Lincoln Highway
Purchased for $90.00. Replaced the 1926 Model T
Replaced the 1923 Hahn. Converted to a tanker in 1951 and retired
Carried 1,500 feet of hose. Sold 1966.
Had a canvas top placed over the open cab. Sold to Upper Makefield
Fire Company in 1976 and painted forest green.
One of the first 1,000 gallon per minute pumpers of the era. Was eventually
sold to an individual collector.
V-8 gas motor with 5 speed manual transmission.
Tried to sell in 1990 ... had no takers. Donated to Tri-Community VFD in
Lee County, KY in 1992. Within a few months of going in service in Lee County,
it played a major role in a large lumber yard fire in center of town.
Custom full-width 4X4 field truck. Had wide mud & snow floatation tires.
Was originally the second engine out of the Wycombe Station. It was the first
engine to open the Substation in Forest Grove. Was donated to Waveland, MS
Fire Company to replace apparatus that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Custom Mini Pumper. Starting in 1993 was used as first responder for emergency
Cabinet style, 3,000 gallon tanker. Sold in 1997.
In 1995, while working a barn fire with 5 classic cars inside, was struck by a
gas shock absorber that exploded off a 1987 Porsche. No one was injured
however, the shock struck a ladder on the side of the truck and bent the rung.
4 door, 6 passenger, raised roof climate controlled cab. 9 bay utility body with
Holmatro rescue tools and 6000 PSI air cascade system. *Currently in service
as Rescue 35
Detroit Series 60 - 430 HP diesel. * Currently in service as Tanker 35
500 gallon CAFS engines. * Currently in service as Engine 35 and Engine 95.
Replaced the 1969 International field truck. *Currently in service as Field 35.
4X4 Engine equipped with Class A foam. Purchased in 2010 form Park County
Rural Fire District in Livingston, MT. * Currently serving as Engine 85.
4X4 utility side by side with an 80 gal combination fire attack and rescue skid unit.
Deployed on a utility trailer. * Currently serving as Special Service 35.