Hose Company 4 - Rockingham County Station 4.
Interesting set up at this station. Hose Co. 4 (white apparatus) is a county station that runs calls in Rockingham county (left of this photo). Engine 23, Station 4 from Harrisonburg, shares the station (red apparatus) and runs calls into the City. There is an established mutual aide agreement when needed.
Engine 402 from the downtown station is this 2002 Sutphen Monarch, 1250/750, sn-HS3686.
The reserve engine is Engine 408, a 1987 Pierce Lance, 1250/750, sn-E3374.
Tanker 400 is a 1979 International S/4-Guys, 500/1200, sn-F340.
Brush 401 is also kept at the downtown station, it is a 2000 Dodge Ram 2500/New Lexington, 300/250.
This 1942 Seagrave 81E, 500gpm, sn- B545, is still maintained by the Department.
Hose Company 4's sub-station.
Engine 418 is this 1997 Sutphen Monarch, 1250/750, sn-HS3329.
Engine 412 is this nice 2005 International 4700/Pierce, 1250/2000, sn-17471.
This 2001 Hummer H1 was donated to the department by a local citizen. It operates at SERV 41.
Bridgewater Volunteer Fire Department - Rockingham County Station 15.
Tanker 15 is this sharp 2010 Mack Granite/2011 Pierce, 1000/3000.
Officer side of Bridgewater's large Tanker 15.
Rear side of Tanker 15.
Truck 15 is this, 1987 Sutphen, 1500/300, 100', sn-HS2154
Rehabbed by Sutphen in 2002, this unit is ex- Norwich TWP, Ohio.
Former Engine 105 was this 1982 Pirsch, 1250/750. Donated to Rockingham County several years ago.
The Bridgewater Rescue Squad is a separate organization from the fire department. Squad 15 is a 2000 International 4900/Marion.
Clover Hill Volunteer Fire and Rescue Dept. - Rockingham County Station 17.
Engine 172 is a 2011 Pierce Arrow XT PUC, 1500/750/30, sn-23058.
This 1996 Emergency One Protector, 1250/600/20, sn-16459 serves as Engine 174.
This sharp 2011 International 7600/Pierce Contender, 1000/3000/30, sn-23595 is Tanker 17.
Attack 17 is this unique 2000 Hummer/Danko, 250/200/10.
Brush 171 is a 1977 Chevrolet C20, 250/275/2.
Squad 173 is a 1988 Dodge Ram/Lakes Region Fire Apparatus.
The Dodge was purchased from the US Forestry Service in 1988. It was wrecked soon after being acquired, and sent to the Masanutten Vocational Tech School to be repaired.
This 2008 Dodge/Wheeled Coach is Ambulance 177.
Ambulance 178 is this 2002 Ford F-250/Wheeled Coach.
Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department - Rockingham County Station 20.
The former Grottoes Station 20.
Grottoes, VA (Rockingham County) Engine 203 is a 2003 Sutphen Monarch with a 1500/1000/20 and s/n HS-3712.
Rescue Engine 207 is a 2012 KME Predator, 1500/750/25, sn-8548.
Tanker 209 from Grottoes, VA is a 2006 International 7400/KME with a 1000/1800 and s/n GSO 6731.
Brush 206 is this interesting 1990 International 4x2/Phenix, 95/300, ex-National Park Service.
Officer side of Brush 206.
Grottoes, VA SERV 200 is a 2005 Chevrolet Suburban.
Grottoes, VA SERV 201 is a 2007 Chevrolet 2500.
Grottoes, VA SERV 202 is a 2011 Chevrolet Tahoe.
Former Engine 207 was this nice 1978 Mack CF, 1250/750.
This engine was donated to Rockingham County in 2013.
Grottoes former 1948 Hahn HFB-90G, 500/200, sn-6516-R, that is privately owned.
The Elkton Volunteer Fire Company - Rockingham County Station 30. This is their old station.
Elkton Station 30 was once a car dealership.
Several Seagraves at Elkton. Engine 36 is a 2001 Seagrave TB70DA with a 2000/1000. Serial number 78A32.
Engine 35 is this 1992 Seagrave TB50DH 1500/1000. Serial number 78450.
Tanker 30 is this interesting 1981 Duplex D-300/1982 Grumman/Howe.
In 1996, it was rehabed by M&W. It has a 1250 gpm pump and carries 2500 gallons of water. Tanker 30 was assigned serial number 16374.
Squad 33 is this 2006 Seagrave TW00DA with serial number 79A06.
Attack 37 is a 1997 Freightliner 70/1998 S&S, 750/500, sn-2980.
Brush 34 is a 1999 Ford F-350, 280/250/15.
Elkton's former 1974 Ford F-350/Oren, 300/265, sn-14385-0.
Privately owned in the Elkton area.
After service at the Elkton VFD, this truck went to the City utilities division.