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Museum Collections: Apparatus
 

This collection of apparatus is maintained by the SFFD Historical Society by resolution of the Fire Commission. All units are owned by the City & County of San Francisco and listed in the SFFD records under the classification of the Museum.

The items listed below are listed alphabetically.  Click here for a chronological listing.

Battery Company No. 3 - 1909 Henry Gorter, San Francisco, single horse drawn high pressure battery

Chief's Buggy - 1892 Waterhouse & Lester, San Francisco, single horse drawn runabout

Coffee Unit No. 1 - 1942 Chevrolet

Department of Public Health Ambulance - 1992 Ford E-350 Department of Public Health Ambulance

Engine Company No. 9 - 1976 American LaFrance Century series triple combination engine, Elmira, New York

Engine Company No. 14 - 1960 American LaFrance, series 900 "Turbo Chief" triple combination engine, Elmira, New York

Engine Company No. 19 - 1928 Ahrens-Fox H-P-2 engine, Cincinnati, Ohio

Engine Company No. 22 - 1893 LaFrance, a 4th size, double 550 gpm, steam engine

Engine Company No. 26 - 1897 Truckson LaFrance 3rd size steam engine, Elmira, New York

Engine Company No. 29 - 1923 American LaFrance double combination engine, Elmira, New York

Engine Company No. 36 - 1958 American LaFrance series 800, triple combination engine, Elmira, New York

Hose Tender Company No. 6 - 1914 American LaFrance High Pressure Battery Hose Tender, Elmira, New York

Hose Tender Company No. 8 - 1950 Mack, Model 95, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Knickerbocker Engine Company No. 5 - 1855 James Smith, New York, hand pumping engine

Protection Company - Circa 1810 James Smith, New York, hand pumping engine

Protection Company Hose Cart - Circa 1850 Hose Cart

Rescue Company No. 2 - 1956 Seagrave, Columbus, Ohio

Salvage Company No. 4 - 1957 White/Van-Pelt, Oakdale, California

Truck Company No. 1 - 1929 Mack Tractor, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Truck Company No. 2 - 1929 Mack Model 19 tractor, Allentown, Pennsylvania, coupled with a 1924 City & County of San Francisco ladder trailer

Truck Company No. 12 - 1937 Mack Model 21,  Allentown, Pennsylvania, coupled with a 1926 City & County of San Francisco trailer

Truck Company No. 13 - 1939 Ahrens-Fox bascule 65 foot aerial ladder truck, Cincinnati, Ohio

Veteran's Firemen's Association Parade Unit - 1858 Rodgers & Son, First Class, Hand Engine

Water Tower Company No. 1 - 1902 75 foot Henry Gorter, San Francisco, water tower coupled with a 1926 Kleiber tractor, San Francisco

Water Tower Company No. 3 - 1927 Mack Bulldog chassis with a 35 foot Gorter Water Tower, Union Iron Works, San Francisco

Water Tower Company No. 4 - 1927 Mack Bulldog chassis with a 35 foot Gorter Water Tower, Union Iron Works, San Francisco

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