IT IS HAPPENING AT
THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY FIRE MUSEUM
ENGINE 51 ... WHAT!!! We took the Ward LaFrance Engine 51 out to have a little fun. This is a teaser! Stand by... video coming!!!
146 Workers Killed in Garment Factory FireThe Triangle Shirtwaist Fire23-29 Washington Place, Manhattan, New YorkMarch 25, 1911 (Scroll down for photos from the fire) On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Company factory in New York City burned, killing 146...
Engine 57 returning to district! After more than 40 years, Engine 57’s 1950 International Coast is returning home. It has spent decades in Utah serving with a fire department there and then serving the community as a parade engine. Steve Palmer is bringing her home...
The Museum Team had to move the rigs around so, this super photo opportunity. Enjoy!
The Los Angeles County Fire Museum's Shop building with the 51s In Quarters.
The "first" Engine 51 and Squad 51 missed the Ward LaFrance E51, so they came to The Shop for a visit. CLICK READ MORE TO SEE THE FULL IMAGE Photo: mu 015D
The Shop has been very busy lately. Here is our 1903 American Steamer as it is today in May 2020. ALMOST complete from a 20 year restoration. Photo: st 005D
The Museum has acquired a 1937 ULH Harley-Davidson Motorcycle. It is to represent the motorcycle fire patrol bikes once operated by the Forester and Fire Warden in the 1920s and 1930s. We are very lucky to have found one, and one so beautifully restored. Photo: ap...