Huntingtown, Maryland - Calvert County Station 6.
Huntingtown, Maryland - Calvert County Station 6, November of 2015.
Engine 61 from Huntingtown, Maryland is this 2015 Pierce Enforcer with a 1500/750 and job number 27938.
Photographed in November of 2015 and for sale was Huntingtown's old Engine 61, a 1991 Pierce Lance 1250/1000 and job number E6170. It received a cosmetic rehab in 2008 by AES.
Engine 62 from Huntingtown, Maryland is this 1996 Pierce Lance that received a cosmetic rehab in 2007 from AES. Equipped with a 1500/750/40 and Pierce job number EA177.
A rather large 2009 Peterbilt 367/Pierce 1000/3000 with job number 21368 for Huntingtown, Maryland Tanker 6 in Calvert County.
Huntingtown, Maryland in Calvert County - Squad 6. A 1997 Pierce Saber with job number EA767.
Huntingtown, Maryland Brush 6 is a 2008 GMC Sierra 2500 4x4 complete with a CET skid unit. Equipped with a 120/250.
Huntingtown, Maryland Jeep 6, a 1994 Jeep CJ5 4x4 that has a 2001 Aqua Duk skid unit equipped with a 15/50.
Huntingtown, Maryland in Calvert County runs two similar monster medics. 68 is a 2014 International 4300/PL Custom. Photographed in November of 2015 behind the fire station.
69 from Huntingtown is similar to 68. It is a 2014 International 4300 with an ambulance body completed by PL Custom in 2015.
St. Leonard, Maryland Engine 71 is one of two Pierce engines operated by Station 7. Engine 71 is a 2001 Pierce Dash 1500/750/40b with job number 12547.
Engine 72 from St. Leonard is a 1999 Pierce Saber equipped with a 1250/750/40b and Pierce job number ED392.
Calvert County Tanker 7 from St. Leonard, Maryland. A 2015 Peterbilt 367 6x4 built by Pierce and equipped with a 1000/3200. Job number 28289. It carries two 2,500 gallon folding tanks for tanker operations.
A rather large Squad 7 for St. Leonard, Maryland in Calvert County, 2009 Pierce Velocity equipped with a 500/500/40b and Pierce job number 21689. It carries three sets of rescue tools.
A large rescue requires a large emblem. This patriotic scene is found on the side of Saint Leonard, Maryland's Squad 7, a 2009 Pierce Velocity.
St. Leonard, Maryland Engine 75, a 1988 Ford F350/Pierce equipped with a 300/250 and job number E4758. This truck has served a variety of roles at Station 7. Previously it was Special Unit 7, a mass casualty unit and a foam unit.
White Marsh Fire and Rescue - Baltimore County Station 20.
Ambulance 203 is a 2010 GMC/Horton.
Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company - Baltimore County Station 30.
Lutherville Station 30.
Engine 301 is a 1990 Mack MC/Saulsbury, 1250/500.
Engine 307 is this 2001 Pierce Dash, 1250/500, sn- 12931.
Engine 307 in front of the Lutherville Fire Company sign.
Squad 303 is this 2008 Pierce Velocity with a 10 ton National Crane, sn- 20848.
Lutherville, MD - 1946 Dodge/Oren. 500gpm. sn 500A997. Lutherville's first motorized truck. Sold to Mitchiners Cross Roads, NC in Franklin County. Awaiting restoration.
Cockeysville, MD - Baltimore County - Station 39.
Cockeysville, Maryland in Baltimore County operates two ALF engines. Engine 391 is this 2002 ALF Eagle with a 1750/1000 and s/n AK48366.
Engine 392 from Cockeysville, Maryland in Baltimore County is this 2007 ALF Eagle with a 1500/1000 and s/n AY24604.
Tanker Support Unit 394 from Cockeysville, Maryland (Baltimore County) is this 1998 Ford F550 4x4 with a 1999 M&W body. 1000/200. This truck was originally owned by the Rockaway Beach, MD fire company, also in Baltimore County.
Tanker Support Unjt 394 officer side - 1998 Ford F550 4x4/1999 M&W - 1000/200.
Chestnut Ridge Fire Company - Baltimore County Station 50.
Tanker Support 504 is this 2012 International 4x4/KME, 1250/300, sn- 8660 that carries 1500' of 5" hose.
Officer side of Tanker Support 504.
Rear view of Chestnut Ridge's Tanker Support 504.
Close up of the front-mount pump.
Brush 502 is this unique 1953 Dodge Power Wagon M-37/1962 Long & Son/1995 PA Fire Apparatus, 300/200.
ex - Military Weapons Carrier.
Rear view of B502.
Former Engine Tanker 503 is this nice 2000 Seagrave TE60DA, 1750/2500, sn- 78966.
Sold to a US military base in Iraq in 2015.
Upperco VFC in Baltimore County was organized on September 1, 2017 and was a merger of Boring, MD Station 42 and Arcadia, MD Station 43. 42+43=85.....thus Station 85.
Upperco Station 85.
Upperco's new Engine 852 was photographed in November of 2017 prior to being placed into service. The blue and white are the new colors for the Upperco volunteers. Engine 852 is a 2017 Pierce Enforcer with a 1500/1000 and job number 30924.
Upperco Brush 858 is this 2017 Dodge Ram 2500 with a 2014 CET 100/100 skid package.
The former Arcadia Volunteer Fire Company - Baltimore County, Station 43.
The back end view of Arcadia, Maryland Station 43. The larger apparatus are housed in these bays with the smaller support vehicles and ambulance running from the front of the station.
A large cab for Arcadia, Maryland's Engine 432, a 1999 Seagrave TB50DA 1250/1000 with serial number 78942. A net is placed over the supply hose to help keep hose in place. Nicknamed "Mad Dog".
Arcadia, Maryland in Baltimore County. Engine 434 or "Red Dog", a 1994 International 4800 4x4/Pennsylvania Fire Apparatus. Baltimore County has some interesting water supply trucks, and this acts in that capacity.
A close up view of the pump on Arcadia's Engine 434.
You cannot miss the "Big Dog" on the side of Engine/Tanker 431, a 1982 Mack MC686FCS/1998 Pennsylvania Fire Apparatus. 1250/2500 with serial number 1064. This Mack originally had a CarMar body with 6 cross lays and painted lime green/white.
The officer side view of Engine/Tanker 431, a 1982 Mack MC/1998 Pennsylvania Fire Apparatus 1250/2500.