St. Paul Former Fire Station_ 23 (1887-1923) and Apparatus
    

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St. Paul Former Station 23 (1887-1923)
and Apparatus (if available)

 




Photo source: History of the Police and Fire Departments of the Twin Cities -1889

 
 

878-880 Asbury at s.e. cor. Taylor

 

Station has been razed

  • 1887-1914 - Ladder 7
  • 1887-1908 - Chemical 9
  • 1897-1913 - Supply Hose 4
  • 1908-1913 - Chemical 2
  • 1913-1914 - Chem. & Hose 4
  • 1915-1923 - Engine 23

 





Photo source: Unknown




Photo source: Minnesota Historical Society

Chemical 9,  1886, Fire Exting. Mfg. Co., Chemical Engine, 2-Horse hitch, Champion type, double-tank, 80-gallon, 200 ft. 3/4in chemical hose  



Photo source: Minnesota Historical Society

Engine 23,  1913 Waterous Open Cab, 800 gpm pump, Apar. Serial# 631, Pumper only, hose body added in 1915  



Photo source: Hamlie-Midway History Corps.

  Former Station 23 shown in a 1921 aerial view  



Photo source: Minnesota Historical Society

  Another image of former Station 23  

Photo source: Unknown

Ladder 7,  1873, Hannis, City Service Ladder Truck, 3-Horse hitch, 55ft Ground Ladder, rebuilt in 1887. On the right, the former "Pioneer Hook and Ladder" rig as reassinged to Ladder 7.  
Also served as:
  • L1 (1872-1887)
  • L5 (1887-1893)
  • L7 (1893-1903)
  • L6 (1903-1904)
  • L7 (1904-1914)
 



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