Post by George Bredestege on Nov 9, 2001 13:59:26 GMT -5
A group of firefighters, retired firefighters and fire buffs are currently researching a book that will pick up where the last History of the CFD left off (1895) through 2003, the 150th anniversary of the CFD. If you have anything CFD related, we would like to hear from you. Items of interest may be - Photos of: apparatus, personnel, equipment, working fires, firehouses; <br>Books or newspapers containing anything about the CFD; Annual reports, diaries, rosters.
If you have something that is not listed, but you think may be of interest, we'd like to hear about it.
Of particular interest (to me at least) would be photos showing the quarters of Engine 41 and Engine 53. I've never seen a picture of either of these stations. If anyone is aware of what these stations I would like to hear a description.
Engine 11 had a new station built during the teens across the street and a few lots down from their original quarters on Eastern Avenue. Although the first building stands, the newer station is long gone. Are there any photos of this building out there?
After taking the summer off, the History Book Committe will begin meeting again. Our next meeting is scheduled for October 8, 2003 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting location will be the 2nd floor of the Cincinnati Fire Museum. If you are interested in helping, please drop by and lend a hand!
fmfd25: T-3 - any word on when it will ever go in service? FDIC was 3-4 as back in April
Aug 11, 2015 20:14:23 GMT -5
Bob : The crew of Truck 3 placed their new frontline App Number 51650 in service today September 2nd at 14:37 hours. Old frontline 21650 was said to be available as a spare at engine 35s quarters
Sept 2, 2015 17:31:45 GMT -5