Manassas, Virginia Volunteer Fire Company.
Manassas is a separate department that operates within Prince William County and has automatic mutual aide agreements.
Engine 501 is a 2013 Rosenbauer Commander, 1500/750/40, sn-H02150.
Engine 501B is one of two Pierce Quantums at Manassas. This 1997, 1750/790, sn- EB119 is the second out engine.
Foam Engine 501 is a 2001 Pierce Quantum, 1500/1000/100/300lbs of Purple K, sn-12825.
Manassas still owns this beautiful 1966 Seagrave 900KB, 1000/500, sn- Q2795.
Tower 501 is this 2013 Rosenbauer Commander, 101', sn- 67483K0200.
This 2013 Chevy Tahoe is BC 581.
Chief 501's new 2014 Ford Interceptor/Manassas City Shops.
Privately owned is Manassas, Virginia's old Engine 1-2, a 1975 Hahn HCP527127548 with a 1250/500.
Former Attack 501 is this 1995 Ford Super Duty/Emergency One, 250/250, sn- 15718.
Sold to a collector in 2016.
The Virginia Department of Forestry keeps this transport and dozer behind Station 1 in Manassas.
City of Manassas Fire and Rescue departments are separate companies and stations that are jointly staffed by City of Mannassas personnel.
Rescue 501 is this 1996 Spartan Gladiator/American Fire & Rescue.
The "Z" in the door is in memory of Zygimantas Zalys, a City of Manassas firefighter who passed away from cancer in 2009.
Mass Casualty Support 501 is a 1993 Ford E-350/Morgan that was rehabbed in 2000 by the Department.
Former Spill 501, this truck was a former Ryder Rental truck.
This 2014 International TerraStar/Braun operates as Medic 501.
501B, a 2007 Ford F-450/Lifeline.
Rescue Chief 501 is a 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe.
Former Rescue 1-5 is the Department's antique. A 1966 International Travell, "Creamy" was purchased in 1970 by the Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad.
Support 501 is this 2003 International 4400/SVI, sn-468.
Serves as a command, air/cascade, light, and weather station.
Sold to Bladenboro, North Carolina in Oct. 2015.
This 1968 Chevy 60/Seagrave, 750/500, sn- T218 was owned by the Atlantic Research Corporation in Manassas, Virginia.
This former Manassas VFD engine was utilized by the ARC's fire brigade.
The Occoquan, Woodbridge, and Lorton (OWL) Volunteer Fire Department.
OWL Fire Station 2 in Woodbridge, VA.