Salem Fire and EMS Department, located outside of Roanoke, Virginia.
Salem Engine 3 is this 1994 Emergency One Cyclone, 1250/500, sn- 23239.
Salem, Virginia Engine 5, a 1986 Duplex/Grumman 1250/600 with Grumman serial number 17417. It also ran as Salem Engine 1, 3, and 4 during its career. When photographed in June of 2016, Engine 5 was in storage.
Salem, Virginia Truck 1 is a 2016 Smeal Sirius 105' with a 2000/480/20 and serial number 612240. Originally a Smeal demo and purchased quickly by Smeal shortly after the build of the truck had begun.
Salem, Virginia (near Roanoke) Truck 1, a 2016 Smeal Sirius 105' and equipped with a 2000/480/20. Serial number 612240. Truck 1 was photographed just after being delivered to Keplinger Repair in Winchester, VA for additional work prior to being delivered to Salem.
Salem, Virginia Tower 1 was photographed in June of 2016 shortly before being placed out of service and replaced with a 2016 Smeal Sirius 105' ladder. Tower 1 is a 1995 Pierce Lance 100' equipped with a 1500/200 and assigned Pierce job number E9523.
HAZMAT 1 is perhaps the largest fire truck in Virginia. This 1988 Spartan Monarch/1990 Hesse-Fontaine. 44' long trailer, total length of 66'.
ex- Wayne Township, Indiana Support 81.
Officer side of Salem's hazmat.
Rear view of the tractor trailer.
Car 3 is the Salem HAZMAT officer buggy, a 2008 Chevy Suburban.
Group photo of Salem's HAZMAT team.
No information on this Mobile Command Unit for Vinton, Virginia.
Roanoke City, Virginia Fire Station 2.
Roanoke City, VA Ladder 2, a 2004 Pierce Dash 95' with a 2000/300. Originally a Pierce demo. Job number 15009.
Roanoke's HAZMAT 1, a 1992 International 4900 with a 1991 3D Metals trailer.
Roanoke City, VA Engine 3. 2005 Pierce Quantum. 1500/750/40 with job number 16647,
Roanoke City, Virginia Engine 4, a 2000 KME 1250/500/40 with a 65' Serial number 4182.
Roanoke's unusual Reserve Ladder 901, a 1991 Grumman Panther 121' with serial number 18476.
Roanoke Airport, AR-1. A 2006 E-One Titan HPR 4x4 with a 1500/1500/105. Also a 50' Snozzle and serial number 130925.
Roanoke, Virginia's old Tanker 10, a 1972 International Loadstar 1600/Oren 750/2000. Serial number 3163. I photographed this truck at the Roanoke Airport.
Roanoke County Fire and Rescue - Fort Lewis Station 9.
Tanker 9 is this 2005 KME Predator, 1500/2500/40, sn- 6115 that protects a rural area of the County.
Tower 9 is this 2002 KME, 1500/300, 102', sn- 5010.
Buena Vista Rescue Squad - Buena Vista Virginia.
Ambulance 24 is a 2014 Ford F-350/Horton.
Upper Craig Creek Volunteer Fire Department - Craig County Station 50.
Engine 50 is one of two similar used engines at Upper Craig Creek. E50 is a 1981 ALF Century/1996 Gordons, 1250/750/40, sn- CE-7098. Primary engine for structure fires.
ex - Weldon, Pennsylvania
ex - Weavertown, Pennsylvania Engine 28
Engine 53 is a twin to E50. A 1981 ALF Century/1996 Gordons, 1250/750 - no foam, sn- CE-7099, E53 is primary for auto accidents.
ex - Weldon, Pennsylvania
ex - Weavertown, Pennsylvania Engine 281
Engine 51 was purchased new by the department, a 2002 International 4400/E-One, 1250/750, sn- 125356.
Tanker 52 is this 1976 GMC 7500/Atlas, 350/1500.
ex - Roanoke, Virginia.
Brush 54 is a 1980 Dodge W30 Power Wagon/Reading/A. Fassnacat & Son, 350/350 that is owned by the Virginia Department of Forestry on permanent loan to Upper Craig Creek.
Upper Craig Creek's 1976 International/Saulsbury former rescue.
ex - Burtonsville, Maryland (Montgomery County)
ex - Boonsboro, Virginia
Fincastle Volunteer Fire Department - Botetourt County Station 4.
Fincastle Station 4.
Engine 4 is this 2007 HME 1871/4-Guys, 1250/1500/25.
Wagon 4 is a nice 2007 HME/4-Guys, 1500/1500, s/n F-2497.
Fincastle's Tanker 4 is this large 1997 KenWorth T800/M&W, 1250/2250.
Squad 4 is a 2004 Ford F550/M&W which carries extrication equipment.
Botetourt County Medic 754 is this 2006 Ford F450/MedTec assigned to Fincastle.
Former Engine 4 - 1993 KME 1250/1000, s/n 63132 was a former KME demo.
Former Wagon 4, now a County Reserve unit, a 1987 International S2500/Grumman Wild Cat, 1000/1000, s/n 17817.
The former Brush 4 was this 1989 Ford F350 completed by the fire department. 200/250.
Glasgow Volunteer Fire Department - Rockbridge County Station 2.
Squad 2 is this 2012 Pierce Impel, 1500/750/50/30.
Glasgow's apparatus are numbered based on when they were purchased, this was the 15th piece of fire apparatus purchased.
Engine 2 is a 1993 Freightliner 80/Ferrara, 1250/750/40, sn- 64252.
Tanker 2 is a 1989 White GMC/Ferrara, 1250/3000.
Glasgow's Truck 2 is a 1994 Spartan Gladiator/LTI, 100'.
ex - Frederick, Maryland Truck 41.
Officer side of Truck 2.
Attack 2 is a 2004 Ford F-350, 95/200/20 that was rehabbed in 2011 by Glasgow FD.
Skid was moved from old Attack 2, a 1994 Chevy. Ford F-350 was bought used in North Carolina.
Brush 2 is a 1977 Chevy Scottsdale 30, 95/315 that was rehabbed in 2014 by the FD.
Brush 2 before the rehab.