Washington Fire and Rescue - Rappahannock County Station 1.
Engine 1 is this 1997 Spartan/Luverne, 1250/1000/50, sn- 39245W.
Tanker 1 is this nice 2008 KME Predator, 1250/2000/50, sn- 7209.
Washington's Attack 1 is a 2002 Ford F-550/S&S, 300/280/17.
Brush 1 is this older 1976 Chevrolet.
Medic 1 is a 2009 Ford E-350/Horton.
Medic 1B is a 2007 Chevy/Horton.
This was once a Washington, Virginia fire truck painted lime green. Washington purchased the 1946 Mack E from another department (Washington D.C. area government truck?) and placed it into service. It was then purchased by a truck collector and made into the nice truck you see here.
Washington purchased the 1946 Mack E from another department (Washington D.C. area government truck?) and placed it into service. It was then purchased by a truck collector and made into the nice truck you see here.
Sperryville, Virginia - Rappahannock County Company 2.
Sperryville Volunteer Fire Department - Rappahannock County Station 2.
Station 2 addition under construction.
Apparatus line-up at Station 2.
Rescue Engine 2 from Sperryville is this 1995 Pierce Lance top mount 1500/500 with Pierce job number E9253. It was originally delivered to the Oceanside Fire District in Long Island, New York. Received by Sperryville in 2007.
Engine-Tanker 2 from Sperryville is this impressive 2005 Spartan Gladiator 4x4/2006 4-Guys with 1500/1500/30 and 4-Guys number F2374.
Attack 2 from Sperryville is this 2010 International 7400 4x4/4-Guys equipped with a 1000/500/30A. 4-Guys number F2683.
Tower 2 from Sperryville, Virginia was placed into service in September of 2018 after purchasing it in August of 2017. It is a 1999 Spartan Gladiator/LTI with a 93'. Serial number 9805620. This truck was originally delivered to the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire District in New York where it ran as Tower Ladder 8744. It replaced Sperryville's 1971 Mack CF 75' Aerialscope which was sold to a collector in Pennsylvania. Tower 2 is Rappahannock County's only ladder truck.
Sperryville, Virginia Brush 2, a 1983 Ford F250/Reading/Crewshaw that was purchased from Hartwood, Virginia in Stafford County. In 2009, Brush 2 received a 1988 Wajax-Pacific 200 gwt skid unit from Fairfax County.
Former Brush 2 is still owned by the department, it is a 1970 Dodge Power Wagon 300/Stahl, 500/300. Broadway Metal Works did body work on this truck in the mid-1980's.
Utility 2 and RTV 2 (Rough Terrain Vehicle) from Sperryville, Virginia. U2 is a 2010 Ford F350 towing a 2011 Kawasaki Mule 4010 outfitted by the fire department with a 75 gwt fire and EMS skid.
Sperrville's first fire truck, a 1938 USA 750/150. Ex US Army and operated at Sperryville from 1947-1949. It was built in Baltimore City at Camp Holibird.
The first ladder truck in Rappahannock County is Tower 2, a 1971 Mack CF, 75' Baker Aerialscope.
ex- Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
ex- Linville, North Carolina.
ex- Blackstone, Virginia.
Sold in 2018 to a private owner in Pennsylvania.
Tower 2's officer side.
Sperryville's former Utility 2-1 is this 1996 Ford F-250.
ex- Dale City, Prince William County Virginia.
Sold in 2016.
Amissville Volunteer Fire and Rescue - Rappahannock County Company 3.
Amissville Station 3.
Rescue Engine 3 from Amissville, Virginia - a 2011 KME Predator with a 1250/750/40/30 and serial number GSO 8150.
Tanker 3 from Amissville, Virginia is this 2002 Freightliner 112/Pierce that was rehabbed by Pierce in 2013 after an accident. 1250/2950/50. Job numbers 12953 and F6573. Equipped with a 3,000 gallon drop tank.
Tanker 3 from Amissville, Virginia is this 2002 Freightliner 112/Pierce that was rehabbed by Pierce in 2013 after an accident. 1250/2950/50. Job numbers 12953 and F6573.
Amissville, Virginia Attack 3 - a 2004 International 7400 4x4/2005 Pierce Hawk with a 1000/500/30A. Pierce job number 16228. Note the bumper mounted remote nozzle.
Amissville, Virginia Attack 3 - a 2004 International 7400 4x4/2005 Pierce Hawk with a 1000/500/30A. Pierce job number 16228. Note the bumper mounted remote nozzle and pre-connected monitor.
Amissville, Virginia Brush 3, a 1995 Ford F250/2004 FD with a 200/150/10A. Received in 2004 by Amissville, this truck was previously a utility vehicle for the OWL Fire Department in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Ambulance 3 from Amissville, Virginia is a 2014 Ford F450 4x4 built by Horton.
Amissville's Ambulance 3B, a 2005 Ford F450 4x4/2006 Road Rescue.
Amissville, Virginia Utility 3, a 2014 Ford F350 4x4.
Utility 3B from Amissville, Virginia is this 2000 Ford F350 4x4.
Amissville, Virginia - Utility storage.
Flint Hill Fire and Rescue - Rappahannock County Station 4.
Engine 4 is a 2006 Smeal Sirius, 1500/1000/20, sn- 3099.
Flint Hill's Brush 4, a 1999 Ford F-550/M&W, 200/300/25/25, received a major refurb in 2013 by General Fire Equipment.
Ambulance 1404 is a 2012 Ford F-450/Horton.
Flint Hill's back up ambulance is this 1996 E-350 4X4.
Utility 4 is a 2009 Ford F-350 4x4.
Flint Hill's former 1974 Ford F-250/Stinebaugh, 250/250 brush truck that is now privately owned.