Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue - Station 12.
Station 12 in Lovettsville.
The new Wagon 612 at Lovettsville replaced a 1999 Pierce Dash engine. Wagon 612 is a 2012 Ferrara Inferno equipped with a 1500/750 and 20 gallons of foam.
Some interesting features on Wagon 612. A green "Wagon 612" lights up just below the Roto-Ray warning light on the front cab. This was also the first time I saw the helmet brackets and strap on the dashboard, designed to hold into place the helmets of the officer and driver.
Photographed in November of 2012 at Station 12.
Since the "Wagon" designation was discontinued in Loudoun County, Lovettsville's Wagon 612 had its designation changed to Engine 612. Photographed in September of 2013.
The officer side of Lovettsville's Wagon 612, a 2012 Ferrara Inferno. The large box above the cabinets contain HAZMAT booms, water rescue equipment, and other items. Photographed on the front ramp of FS 12 in November of 2012.
A back end view of the new Wagon 612 at Lovettsville.
Originally placed into service as "Attack 12", additional equipment was added to this truck to change its designation to Engine 612 in 2007. It is a Urban Interface Unit designed to be able to travel off roads when needed. Engine 612 is a 2003 International 4700 4x4 built by Pierce and equipped with a 1000/500/30.
The officers side of Engine 612. The ladder rack was added after the engine was delivered.
Note the booster reel outlet just under the crew cab door.
Photographed in September of 2013, the new Tanker 612 is a 2012 Mack Granite with a 2013 Pierce body. It is equipped with a 1500 gpm pump and carries 3000 gallons of water. It replaced the original "large" county purchased tanker - a 2005 International/Pierce 3000 gallon that originally saw service in Hamilton.
The new Brush 612 was placed into service in 2010 and replaced the departments older Kaiser Jeep (affectionately known as Elizabeth). In fact, a variety of the equipment from the Kaiser (including pump and tank) came from the Kaiser.
Ambulance 612 from Lovettsville is a 2014 Ford F450/Marque.
Ambulance 612-2 is a 2009 Ford F450 built by Horton.
Lovettsville ordered two Pierce fire trucks in 1999. Wagon 612 was a Pierce Dash 2000 model equipped with a 1250/1000. It was replaced in 2012.
Old Tanker 612 was sold in 2011 to Buckhorn, Virginia. It is a 1999 Pierce Dash 1250/1500 and was delivered along with the departments 1999 Dash engine.
This photograph was taken at the 2010 annual Apple Blossom Festival firefighters parade in Winchester, Virginia.
Lovettsville sold their 1999 Pierce Dash 1500 gallon tanker in 2011. Replacing the Pierce was this county owned 2005 International 7600/Pierce 1500/3000 that originally saw service in Hamilton as Tanker 5. This International tanker became reserve Tanker 680 when it was replaced in 2013 when Lovettsville took delivery of a new Mack Granite/Pierce tanker.
Lovettsville's Rescue 612 was a 1991 International 4900 built by Grumman. This truck was unusual since Grumman built very few rescue squad trucks. The Lovettsville squad was delivered to Station 12 along with a 1991 Grumman engine.
Rescue 612 was sold in 2011 to the Carolina TWP VFD in Stokes, North Carolina.
This old Lovettsville truck is now privately owned by a collector and is a 1980 Chevrolet /Pierce 400/250. Known as "Attack 12" while at Lovettsville, it was sold to Lucketts Station 10 which kept it in its Lovettsville colors. Lucketts sold it to a collector who once operated this truck while in service at Station 12.
Lovettsville's old Brush 12, also known as Elizabeth. It was replaced in 2010. It is a 1968 Kaiser Jeep M175 1 1/4 ton 100/250. A variety of equipment from this Kaiser was placed onto the department's 2010 Ford F brush unit.
Ambulance 612-1 is a 2001 Ford F450/Horton that was replaced by a newer Ford.
Sold to the Ryneal Medical Transport company in West Virginia.
Ryneal Medical Transport in Martinsburg, West Virginia operates this 2001 Ford F450/Horton that was originally delivered to Lovettsville, VA in Loudoun County. Ryneal received the ambulance in 2015.
Lovettsville's old Ambulance 12-2, a 1998 Ford F350/Medic Master. Note the horns mounted right above the cab.