Engine 12 - Independent Hose Company of Frederick, Maryland. A 2010 Seagrave TB50CM equipped with a 1500/750 and serial number 78G16.
Engine 12 of Frederick, Maryland Independent Hose Company. A 2010 Seagrave.
Frederick, MD - Independent Hose Company - Maryland's oldest Fire and Rescue Company - 1818. The front end of Engine 12, a 2010 Seagrave.
Frederick, Maryland Rescue Engine 11, a 2006 Pierce Dash 1500/500 with job number 17479. Independent Hose Company - Frederick County, Maryland.
Frederick, Maryland Tower 1, a 2001 E-One Cyclone II that was rehabbed in 2013 by Patriot Fire. 95'.
Frederick, MD - Independent Hose Company - Tanker 1 is a 1994 Peterbilt 357/4-Guys 1000/3000 and 4-Guys serial number F1620. In 2012, this tanker was modified by 4-Guys to include new lights, front bumper, and cab visor.
Frederick, MD - Independent Hose Company - ATR 1 is a 2007 International 7400 4x2/2008 Hackney. ATR is Advanced Technical Rescue and handles confined space, swift water, high angle, and collapse rescue.
A rear view of ATR 1, a 2007 International 7400/Hackney.
A bit out of the ordinary is Brush 16 from Frederick, Maryland's Independent Hose Company. It is a 2012 Jeep MBV 4x4/2013 Rosenbauer equipped with a 75 gallon water tank and 10 gallons of foam.
Frederick, MD - Independent Hose Company - "18" - a 2010 Chevrolet C4500 with a PL Custom ambulance body.
Frederick, MD - Independent Hose Company - "19" - 2015 Freightliner with a PL Custom body.
Utility 1, a 1999 Ford F-350/Fibre.
Former Brush 15.
Utility 1-1 is a 2008 Ford E-350.
Independent's former Engine 11, a 1988 Seagrave HB, 1250/500.
Engine 12 was a 1984 Seagrave HB30DF, 1000/500, sn- R79447.
Sold to Hillendale, Maryland, in 1995.
Sold to Mooresburg, Tennessee.
Sold to Lakeview VFD in Rigersville, Tennessee. Totaled in an accident in 2010.
Privately owned is Engine 11 from the Independent Hose Company of Frederick, Maryland.
1973 Mack CF685F10 that was rehabbed in 1981 by 4-Guys. 1000/500 and serial number 1504.
Photographed at the June 2019 Chesapeake Antique Fire Apparatus Association spring muster in Pleasant Valley, Maryland.
Engine 11 was a 1972 Mack CF/1981 4-Guys, 1000/500. Rehab following crash with police car.
Transferred to FD training academy in 1992.
Bought by a collector in Maryland in 1997 (who also owns 1952 Mack L).
Engine 12 was a 1972 Mack CF/1982 4-Guys, 1000/500.
Donated to Mountain Fire/Rescue, California, in the late 1980's.
Former Engine 13, a nice 1952 Mack L Type 19/Boyertown Auto Body Works, 1000/500.
Sold to a collector in the Houston, Texas, area.
Back to a collector in Frederick, who also owns one of the 1972 Mack CF's.
Tanker 1 was a 1980 Mack CF/4-Guys, 350/2000.
Totaled in 1994 during accident.
Tower 1 was a nice 1988 Duplex/Grumman, 1500/200, 102'.
Destroyed in 2000 at a fire at the KME plant in Roanoke, Virginia.
Former Truck 1, a beautiful 1952 American LaFrance 700, 100gpm pump, 100' ladder. Frederick purchased it in 1982.
ex - Auroza, Colorado.
Former '19', a 1998 International 4700/Medic Master.