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Holbrook Volunteer Fire Department history

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The Holbrook Volunteer Fire Department operated this 19?? Ford/Intercoastal pumper. It had a 500-GPM pump and a 500-gallon tank.
 
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Holbrook Volunteer Fire Department

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary Fire Department operated this 1909 Seagrave horse drawn ladder truck. It was one of only two horse-drawn apparatus operated by the GFD. This apparatus carried Seagrave serial #3758. It ran as Truck Company #1 until 1916
 
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Gary Fire Department 1909 Seagrave horse drawn ladder truck

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary Fire Department operated this 1909 Seagrave Serial # 3759. It was originally purchased for the police department as a paddy wagon. It was converted into a chemical engine and assigned to Engine Company 5 when Station 5 in Glen Park was opened in 1915.
 
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Gary Police Department 1909 Seagrave Paddy Wagon Serial # 3759

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Gary Fire Department Engine 5

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary Fire Department operated this 1916 South Bend hose and chemical wagon. It ran as Engine Company 6 for quite a numder of years.
 
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Gary Fire Department history

The Gary Fire Department operated this 1916 South Bend hose and chemical wagon. It ran as Engine Company 6 for quite a number of years. Wayne Stuart collection

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary Fire Department operated this 1962 Maxim “S” model pumper. It carried Maxim serial # 2308. It had a 1000-GPM pump and a 300-gallon tank. The engine companies of the era also carried a 35′ three-section ladder along with the standard 24′ and 14′ ladders. This apparatus was assigned to Engine Company 6.
 
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1962 Maxim "S" model pumper. It carried Maxim serial # 2308

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary Fire Department operated two 1942 American La France type 600 Series pumpers. This one was assigned originally to Engine Company 3 and in 1959 to Engine Company 9 upon opening of Station 9. It was replaced by a 1964 Maxim. It carried ALF Serial # L-1675. It had a 750-GPM pump and a 100-gallon water tank.
 
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Gary Fire Department history Engine 9

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary FD operated this 1950 American LaFrance 700 series pumper. It had a 1000-GPM pump and a 300-gallon booster tank.

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. It was originally assigned to Truck Company 5 in Glen Park and later to Engine Company 11 in Miller.

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Gary Fire Department history

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In the early 60’s the GFD kicked off Fire Prevention Week with a parade which included all apparatus. Pictured are the apparatus from Station 1. The twin 1954 Maxim engines, Maxim serial #’s 1913, 1914, and the 1959 Maxim/Magirus truck, serial #2166. The engines were numbered 1 & 13 and both ran from Station 1. Engine 1 & 13 covered everything east of Broadway while Engines 1 & 6 covered west of Broadway.

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Gary Fire Department history

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Gary Fire Department history

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The Gary Fire Department operated this 1947 American LaFrance Series 700 pumper with a 1,250-GPM pump and a 150-gallon tank. It carried ALF serial #9063. It was assigned to Engine Company 2 and  Engine Company 5.

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Gary Fire Department history

The Gary Fire Department operated this 1947 American LaFrance Series 700 pumper with a 1,250-GPM pump and a 150-gallon tank. It carried ALF serial #9063. It was assigned to Engine Company 2 and  Engine Company 5.
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Lake County Indiana Snorkel History (more)

This from Wayne Stuart as a followup to Lake County Indiana Snorkel History

Mabas 21 , here is a shot of the Michigan City Snorkel. Enjoy

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Vintage Maxim/Pierce/85' Snorkel from Michigan City IN

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