RI, Providence - Fire Engine Co No 22 wagon, men postcard - FF0003
Rhode Island Postcard - RI
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- Fire Department postcard
- pub by R Wilkinson
- titled: Engine Co No 22 House Junction Point and Friendship Sts., Providence, RI
- Shows the fire house, a wagon with a water tank led by 3 horses and another holding the firemen pulled by 2 horses
- back: First size Metropolitan Piston Engine, built in 1905. Diameter of pump, 5 1/2in; steam cylinder 9 in; stoke 8 inch. Drawn by 3 horses and fitted with rubber tires, it weighs, ready for service, 10,600 lbs. In service at station 12, from May 1st 1905 to Nov 5, 1907. Combination Wagon, built in 1907. Drawn by 2 horses, is fitted with rubber tires and roller bearing axles. Carries 800 ft of 2 1/2 in hose; 200 ft of 3/4 in hose, and is equipped with one 35 gal tank. Weighs, ready for service, 4,825 lbs. Placed in service Dec 1st, 1907. Company consists of 1 Capt, 1 Lieut, 5 hosemen, 1 Engine Man, 1 Asst Engine man. 1 Hose Driver and 1 Engine Driver.
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