Los Angeles City Fire's 1887 Amoskeag Steamer - 700GPM - Built by Manchester Locomotive Works, New Hampshire. Mfg# 626. In-Service 1887-1915 See more apparatus in Parties gallery
Los Angeles City Fire's 1887 Amoskeag Steamer - 700GPM - Built by Manchester Locomotive Works, New Hampshire. Mfg# 626. In-Service 1887-1915
Chance meeting....one coming, one going
A new Foam Tender
"Triple Shop" line.
Wayne a machinist working on valves. Besides our fleet repair areas, we have a machine , sheet metal, body, carpenter and electric shop in our downtown facility.
Our other machinist, Jose
Engine rebuilding side of machine shop
Pierce control panel.
Los Angeles Fire Dept. Supply and Maintenance. Main maintenance facility for the the city. This is the "Triple" line... fire pumpers. Also have an "Aerial Ladder" and Light Vehicle (ambulances, cars, etc)
Just playing around in Photoshop...before I knew what I was doing. Who am I kidding, I still don't know PS too well.
Our old pumper used in parades.
One of the old "Hall Scott" gasoline engines from WWII. We used them up until the late 1980's.
I did this pic for Phil who was retiring the next day. He liked boats so I placed him with this one. He liked it.