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Washington's first piece of fire apparatus. A 1878 Ahrens
Steamer in front of the City Hall. ^
Chemical Wagon taken in the early 1900's. ^
Washington's first piece of motorized fire apparatus.
Made by the Robinson Company in the 1920's. ^
Washington's apparatus lined up for a parade. Notice
the steamer bringing up the tail end. ^
Fire Drill at the old West End school. Pictured is Firefighter
Neal "Buck" Cannon and Firefighter Joe Bowling next to the 1953 American LaFrance Open Top. ^
The 1957 Maxim, during a fire drill at the old South Side school
which was located at the corner of S.E. 2nd street and South Side Ave. ^
The '57 Maxim carrying Santa Claus in the Christmas Parade.
Fire Chief Joe Daily (left), Firefighter Art Price (right), with fire prevention contest winners standing in front of the 1961 International-Howe pumper in the 1960's.
The 1878 Ahrens Steamer as it sits today in the museum at Station
A 1924 Graham Bros. chemical truck given to WFD from the Graham
Family. It sits in the museum at Station 2 also. ^
The 1953 American LaFrance-Foamite Opentop. On display
at the Station 2 museum. ^