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Engine 39

Steamer. New York.
Rig is in front of quarters with members.
E39.1.

1890. Steamer. New York.
Responding to alarm with two horse team. Chauffeur, two members on back step, and two civilian onlookers on the street are visible.
E39.2.

Steamer. New York: FDNY.
Engine 39 steamer "turning out" of quarters. The steamer is led by a three horse team. The chauffeur as well as one member on the back step are visible. To the left of photo is a three horse team emerging from Ladder 16's bay door. Two members and two civilians are watching the "turn out.". E39.3.

Fenning, Frank J. 1911. Steamer. New York.
Engine 39 steamer with three horse hitch on apron of quarters. Chauffeur is in his seat as officer, members, and civilians look on.
E39.4.

1911 Waterous "Little Giant" Pumping Engine. New York.
Parked on display. This was the first gasoline motor pumping engine in the F.D.N.Y.
E39.5.

1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
E39.6.

1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
Parked.
E39.7.

1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
Rig is in the street with two members in the front seat and three members looking on.
E39.8.

1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
Rig is pulling out of quarters.Chauffeur is visible at the wheel.
E39.9.

1911. 1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
Rig is parked on the apron in front of quarters. Chauffeur is visible at the wheel. E39.10.

1911. 1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
Rig is parked in front of quarters with the chauffeur and officer in the front seat and two members on the back step.
E39.11.

1911. 1911 Waterous Pumper. New York.
The rig is parked in front of quarters. The chauffeur and officer are in the front seat and two members are on the back step. A Young civilian looks on. E39.12.

1911 Waterous Pumper & Motorized Tender. New York.
Rig is parked in street adjacent to quarters. Pumper officer and chauffeur are in front seat and one member is on the back step. Tender is seen in the left of photo with chauffeur at the wheel. Four members are shown in the hosebed on tender and one member is on the back step.
E39.13.

1958 Mack Pumper. New York.
E39.14.

McDonnell, W. A. Engine 39 & Ladder 16 Quarters. New York.
Exterior view of E.39/L.16 quarters. To the left of photo is one member and two young civilains. To the right of photo is another civilian onlooker.
E39.15.

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