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After my last post of the '87 R-Model tanker for sale, I think I'll start adding some photos from my old stomping grounds.  Unless otherwise noted, all photos credit goes to the individual fire department websites.  I may add a few South Central PA rigs as well... I stomped there for a while too.

All apparatus in service unless otherwise noted.

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1957 B85F 1242 "The General Ike"

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That Dobbs Ferry aerialscope has been sold. The buyer took the aerial off and is re-mounting on a Seagrave chassis. The Mack chassis was sold to a Construction company or a farmer who I believe mounted a water tank on it. Pictures went around recently on facebook. Still has the Dobbs Ferry markings on it. 

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4 hours ago, 1958 F.W.D. said:

That Dobbs Ferry aerialscope has been sold. The buyer took the aerial off and is re-mounting on a Seagrave chassis. The Mack chassis was sold to a Construction company or a farmer who I believe mounted a water tank on it. Pictures went around recently on facebook. Still has the Dobbs Ferry markings on it. 

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Ed Smith

1957 B85F 1242 "The General Ike"

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Croton-On-Hudson, NY.  Washington Engine. E119

Replaced by a 2006 Seagrave.

1984 Mack CF

Photo is from the Croton Fire Department website, but clearly credit goes to Mr. Kenealy.

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1957 B85F 1242 "The General Ike"

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