Long Time OFBA Member and Retired Third Alarm Editor Walt McCall has become an Honourary Member of the Windsor Professional Fire Fighter’s Association. Walt has been dedicated to the history of the department for over 65 years
Gary Dinkel has sent us this picture of Richmond Hill’s new truck for new . The back end has a lift on it to lift the decon tent out of the back compartment.
Brampton Aerial 209 shot by Gary Dinkel at Darch on October 25th, 2018. It is an E-One Cyclone 1100/233/17 and the metric plate is 5004/1060/76 serial 141769
Cambridge A3 2005 General Spartan Gladiator 1584/500/15 60’ 17028 shot by Gary Dinkel.
Tanker 434 Lanark Highlands Fire Service – Tatlock Station 1999 GMC C8500 Almonte Tank 1,500 / Portable Pump – Captain Linda Duncan
Rescue 454 Lanark Highlands Fire Service Tatlock Station 1991 Ford E / Almonte (ex-Lanark County Rescue) – Rob Simpson
Queens Park Ontario Firefighter Memorial
2018 Queens Park Ontario Firefighter Memorial
September Photo Tour Group: Gord M, Ken B, James B, Doug H, Greg B, Rob S, Larry W, Des B, Gary D and Bob R.
Car 6 Cambridge Fire Department 2018 Mercedes Sprinter Command Unit (Platoon Chief) – Rob Simpson
P 1 Cambridge Fire Department 2017 Pierce Impel PUC Pumper 1250 /500 25 (S#31116) – Rob Simpson
Rescue Boat Cambridge Fire Department SuperDuxx – Rob Simpson
R1 – Hazmat 3 Cambridge Fire Department 2002 American LaFrance Eagle 148 RR Rescue (S#K33287) Heavy Rescue – Rob Simpson
Parade Cambridge Fire Department 1951 International L190 Marsh 625 500 – Cambridge Fire Museum
A 4 Cambridge Fire Department 2010 Spartan ELFD Rosenbauer Aerial 1500 400 20 (V#C070366) 65′ Viper – Rob Simpson
Mechanical Cambridge Fire Department 2017 Chevrolet Pick-up – Rob Simpson
P 2 Cambridge Fire Department 2008 American LaFrance Eagle 134 RR Pumper 1750 640 25 (V#Z48503) Foam 25A/25B – Rob Simpson
P 22 Cambridge Fire Department 2002 Spartan Gladiator FF LFD General Pumper 1250 440 25 (S#01-MET-49) – Rob Simpson
Boat Cambridge Fire Department 2008 Nattiq Air Boat (the air boat is towed by Unit 5) – Rob Simpson
T 1 Cambridge Fire Department 1996 HME 1871 C-Max Tanker 1050 2000 20 (S#F3-96) – Rob Simpson
P 5 Cambridge Fire Department 2008 American LaFrance Eagle 134 RR Pumper 1750 640 25 (V#RZ48504) Foam 25A/25B – Rob Simpson
A 33 Cambridge Fire Department 2002 American LaFrance Eagle 148 RR Aerial 1250 220 25 (S#H18169) 50′ TS Foam 25A/25B – Rob Simpson
Tech Support Unit 5 Cambridge Fire Department 1994 GMC Vandura 3500 Unicell (tows the 2008 Nattiq air boat) – Rob Simpson
R 1 Cambridge Fire Department 2015 Spartan Metro Star Classic LFD SVI Rescue (SO#909) Heavy Rescue – Rob Simpson
Parade Cambridge Fire Department Bickle – Seagrave Owned by the Cambridge Firefighters Association – Rob Simpson
CBRN Haz-mat Unit Cambridge Fire Department CargoMate Van Trailer – Rob Simpson
A 44 Cambridge Fire Department 1995 Spartan Gladiator SMFD Saulsbury 1250 250 (S#295068) 50′ TS – Rob Simpson
Walt McCall has given us an in-service picture of the 1938 rig taken by him in 1973. PFD # 2 was a quadruple combination pumper with a 450 imperial gallon per minute pump capacity, with a 100 gallon water tank that carries 1,000 feet of hose, has three large aluminium ladders, a life net, and fire extinguishers.
Walt McCall has also provided us with a picture of the Bickle taken by him at a Doon Heritage Village muster in the 1990s.
8 Cambridge Fire Department 2012 Toyota Donated to the department by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada – Rob Simpson