Knox Hose Wagon. New York.
Rig is in the street. Officer and members are on board.
1912. Mott Steamer and Knox Hose Wagon.
In Front of quarters. Officer and Chauffeur appear in front seat
of steamer. Steamer is followed by hose wagon with officer and
chauffeur in the front seat and several members in the hosebed.
Steamer and Knox Hose Wagon. New York.
Members are "turning out" of quarters. Chauffeur and two members
can be seen on steamer. Chauffeur and members are visible on board
1951. 1931 American LaFrance 700 Gallon
Pumper. New York.
Rig is parked in the street with the chauffeur behind the wheel.
This rig was actually a spare being used by Engine 58. The regulation
number for the rig is 7327.
1938 Ahrens Fox 1000 Gallon Pumper.
Rig is in front of quarters with the chauffeur behind the wheel
and members on the back step. One member is in uniform on the
street. Some young civilians look on the the right of photo.
1952. 1947 American LaFrance 750 Gallon
Pumper. New York.
Rig is in the street . Auxiliary firefighter in hose bed with
three members visible near back step. Old style hydrant wrench
can be seen on hydrant in the lower left portion of the photo.
1911. Double Pump "Big Bear" Nott Steamer.
Rig is positioned adjacent to Fire Department Headquarters. This
motor-propelled steam pumping fire engine could exceed 45 m.p.h.
with a pumping capacity of 750 gallons a minute. This photo shows
Fire Commissioner Rhinelander Waldo at the wheel with a Fire Captain
along side. On the back step is another member and another person
in civilian clothes.
Nott Steamer. New York.
Engine 58 is operating at an unkown location. The rig is hooked
up to a hydrant. The member at the left of photo appears to be
preparing to hook up a hoseline to the rig. One of the three guages
is registering a reading.