Need info to locate this apparatus. Original P.O. to Rescue Fire Co, Dallastown, PA 17313. Second owner Community Fire Co. Lower Windsor Twp., Craley PA. It then went to a private owner in NY State. Any info on finding this unit to get it back to it’s origin is greatly appreciated. Contact Terry Fix; 717.244.6633 or text 717.880.7477; EmailInformation.
The Salem Center Volunteer Fire Department is looking for a parts list, rebuild manual for a Barton UA-50 pump. We have an operational UA-50 pump on our front line tanker. It currently is not pumping to capacity. We would like to rebuild this pump to get the capacity back to nominal. We do have a person who rebuilds pumps to work on it, they would like some documents before starting to tear down. Thank you for your help. EmailWanted Category: Information.
Looking for information and leads on the following artifacts/equipment from the New Bern, NC Fire Dept.: Hose Carriages (at least 3 were used), Ladder Trucks (there was 2), Hand Pumpers (there were at least 7 over time), Hose Reels, Hose Wagons, Uniforms from the 1800s to early 1900s; pictures from the late 1800s and early 1900s, especially of the black fire companies, and anything else related to New Bern and its independent fire companies (of which there was 9) from this time period.
this is the ex Eastchester American LaFrance which is now in the U.K. I bought it with the intention of making a speedster car but it’s staying as a fire engine as I couldn’t bring myself to pull it apart. Do you know where I might be able to get some pictures of it when it was in service as I’d like to get it painted exactly as it would have been in 1926.
Paul Yallop DipPFS
Phone: 01502 531633Information.
Our department is trying to find our 1939 American La France it was sold to a private collector in the 70s and last seen at an event in Fort McHenry MD in the late 70s early 80s. It’s Reg. No. Is L-1120 Type 550 CC ship Order 1600 Ship Date 6/30/1939 Any help hour information would be greatly appreciated. Email or 301-748-8937Wanted Category: Apparatus and Information.
I would like to ask for info on building a USFS Class 3 forest fire tanker, c. 1956-64? I was a summer fire fighter to pay my way through college, and remember fondly driving a ’56 Chevy and ’64 Dodge Class 3 — which was just a 2T flatbed with a slip-on pumper/tool/open crew unit. Sounds hokey, but we were very effective: ‘back in the ‘day, when we actually put out the fires’! I’ve never done a truck or a fire rig before, tho I built my first car model about 1954 with dad, from the Gowland/Revell “Highway Pioneers” series. Wick Humble
Email or (530) 345-7766
Wanted any information on the location of the following pumper a 1941 Ford Oren pumper 500 gpm x new Richmond Ohio, Southern Clermont County. Serial number of 176. Last known location we know about was in the Texas area around 1997.
We are trying to locate this pumper to bring it back to New Rchmond as it was our second fire truck and we still have our first one a 1939 Chevrolet Oren
We would like to restore it or bring it back home again permanently
If you know anything about the location of this pumper or own it we would like to personally talk to you. Hope someone out there can help us out thanks much
Doug Tieman 513-600-0749 or Email
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As an officer of the Latham Fire Department, AKA (S. W. Pitts Hose Co) I have attached a photo of our first piece of firefighting equipment, which I’m trying to locate. The piece in question is a 1910 Howe combination chemical engine which we purchased new at that time, posed in front of the then station, with many interested residents in attendance.
We believe the 1910 Howe is in a private collection, possibly in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont or in the New England area. Any assistance in locating the whereabouts of this historical piece would be greatly appreciated.
Thanking you in advance for your assistance,
Board of Directors
Latham Fire Department
Latham, NY 12110
518-783-7738 or EmailInformation.
Trying to find info on the attached photo. It was strapped to the rear hand rail of a 1923 ALF model 75 triple.
Thanks, John (505) 221-9611Information.