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Firefighters of Station 3 standing with fire engine
Photo taken of Fire Station 3 Located at 1919 Houston Ave. at Spring St. taken in 1919. Three men standing by a fire truck while two more men are in the drivers seat and the passengers seat of the truck....
Houston Fire Station #28
Houston Fire Station #28 at 5116 Westheimer & Sage.
Firefighters outside Station 2
This Fire Station 2 was located on York street. The building still exists but has not been a fire station since the 1970s.
Firefighters of Station 7 with chemical truck
Photo of Fire Station 7 located at 2403 Milam & McIlhenney taken in 1920.
Houston Fire Station #30
Houston Fire Station #30 at 514 King & Helmers.
Houston emergency service vehicles
The equipment in the photograph of new fire trucks assigned to Station 1 includes Engine 1, from 79 Sea Grave and pictured second from right, and Ladder 2, from 79 American La France and pictured on the...
Firefighters fighting building fire
This seven-alarm fire occured between Windrock and Woodway Square at San Felipe and Woodway. Ladder truck 38 can be seen in this photograph.
Firefighters at multiple alarm fire with Downtown Station equipment
Photgraph of a large fire at night. The left side of the photo shows a Ward LaFrance platform pumper, shown raised and operating with a heavy stream nozzle. The right of the photo is a ladder truck, shown...
Station 17 firefighters on fire engine
Photograph taken in 1944 of Fire Station 17, located at 319 Sampson. The fire fighter on the far right is Buster Green very early in his career when he was 17 years old. The man to the left of Buster Green...
Station 18 fire engine
A 1962 Ward LaFrance fire engine sitting in the driveway of Station 18.
Firefighters fighting lumber yard fire
Engine 7 at Farrar Lumber yard at 2401 Texas Avenue.
Firefighter of Station 7 sitting on a chemical truck
Photo taken of Station 7 located at 2403 Milam & McIlhenney in 1920. A firefighter is sitting at the wheel of a chemical truck.
Accident involving a Station 7 service truck and a 1952 Mac truck
Accident involving a Station 7 service truck and a 1952 Mac truck with a crowd of bystanders in the foreground and the background
Firefighters of Station 47 inspecting new fire engine
This is Engine 47, the model of the truck is a 1960 FWD. Four firefighters listen while a fifth firefighter points out the machinery on the fire engine.
Station 54 crash truck next to car
Brand new Crash Truck 254 on its way to the Intercontinental Airport and new Fire Station 54.
Firefighter of Station 7 standing next to chemical truck
Photo taken of Station 7 located at 2403 Milam & McIlhenney in 1920.
Group photo of Station 54 firefighters standing next to crash truck
Group photo of Station 54 firefighters standing next to crash truck. The truck has "Intecontinental Airport" below the Houston Fire Department label.
Station 28 firefighter and dalmatian in fire engine
Captain Jarvis Little with the station mascot Domino.
Rear view of chemical truck from Station 7
Photograph of brand new Chemical Truck 7 was taken at Station 7, located at 2403 Milam & McIlhenney.
Chemical truck from Station 7
Photograph was taken at Station 7 located at 2403 Milam & McIlhenney. The station's first motorized fire truck sits in the center of the photograph.
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