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2018 Event Photos
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Carl Maurice
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Carl Maurice
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Carl Maurice
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Carl Maurice
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1931 Buffalo - Pete West Restoration
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1973 American LaFrance "Pioneer"
This in a 1973 American LaFrance "Pioneer" chassis 1250 GPM 500/ 50 gal foam pumper. It has a 6V53 Series Detroit Diesel and Allison automatic transmission. It was purchased by the Cty of Hopewell, Va. in 1973 and served until 2002. It was sold to Virginia MotorSports Park in Dinwiddie to be used as fire protection for the racetrack, and then left in the woods for scrap. ODHFS Member Robert Williamson and his sons purchased the truck Dec. 1, 2011 and displayed it at its' first parade on Dec. 11, 2011 at the Chester, Va. Christmas Parade.
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1951 Willys CJ3A
Waynesboro, VA - General Electric Plant General Electric purchased a civilian Willys and outfitted it as a plant fire truck in 1955. 250 gpm pump and 50 gallon tank. Photographed at Waynesboro ODHFS muster, September 2010 by Mike Sanders. This photo was used in the July/August 2011 issue of Fire Apparatus Journal on the back cover!
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1975 Ford/Oren - Engine - 4
1975 Ford/Oren - Engine - 4 - delivered to Alderson Volunteer FD in Alderson, WV in May 1975 where she served until retirement in May 2006. Mike Vandall, an ODHFS member purchased the engine in August 2007 from the Alderson VFD. Photo by Mike Vandall
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American LaFrance - Ex-Wytheville (VA) FD
Ex-Wythville Va. Engine 6 is a 1978 ALF Century Pumper with a 1000 gal. tank and a 1500 gpm pump, and is owned by ODHFS Eastern Region Member John Wiggins
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American LaFrance - Ex-Wytheville (VA) FD
Ex-Wythville Va. Engine 6 is a 1978 ALF Century Pumper with a 1000 gal. tank and a 1500 gpm pump, and is owned by ODHFS Eastern Region Member John Wiggins
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1967 International 1600 Boyer - Ex-West Point VFD
W. Wayne Healy recently purchased this truck which is a 1967 Int. 1600 Loadstar, (4) wheel drive, 500 gpm Hale pump with 400 gal. tank. Winch on the front. It was built by BOYER and it has 47,000 miles on it. West Point used this truck for all fires and as a crash truck for over 20 years. All emergency equipment works and it still pumps!
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