We're 40!

Celbrating our 40th Anniversary in April, 2014




 



MFD 2013 Extra Alarms

StPFD 2013 Extra Alarms

Fire Station 3D
Modeling Illustrated


MFD Station 23(a)
3D Station Model


 
 




 
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proud publishers of "The Extra Alarmer"




  republic_elevator  

  Photo: David B. Freedman, Webmaster EAATC

In honor of our 40th anniversary we display
this fire of the Republic Elevator, a 4-4 Alarm Fire 29th and Main St. NE
March 6, 1974 in Minneapolis. It was at this fire that many of the
local buffs decided to meet soon after to discuss actually forming the
Extra Alarm Association. In April 1974 the EAATC was formed.


 

Welcome to the Extra Alarm Association
Home Page!

The Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities, Inc. is a non-profit corporation that serves as the local fire buff organization in the St. Paul & Minneapolis, Minnesota (U.S.A.) area known as the "Twin Cities".

Our primary function is to support the Twin City area fire departments in any way we can. We also publish a highly regarded bi-monthly newsletter, "The Extra Alarmer". We are members of the International Fire Buff Associates, Inc., which consists of 87 member organizations throughout North America. The Extra Alarm Association was founded in 1974 (hence the number "74" on the fire alarm box in our logo).

We are now and always been dedicated to the preservation of the histories  of the Minneapolis and St. Paul Fire Departments through our extensive databases  of apparatus and extra alarm fires and many other subjects.

 



MFD and StPFD 2013 Extra Alarm Fires
Are now available


Minneapolis FD 2013 Extra Alarms

St. Paul FD 2013 Extra Alarms






View Models in full 3D in the Google Earth Browser Window

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Minneapolis Station opened June 1, 1906 with Engine 23 and Ladder 7 now in service at street address of 3524 Hennepin Ave South. On September 1, 1946 Engine 23 disbanded and the station was closed. The building served for a number of years as the headquarters of the Minneapolis Civil Defense Fire-Rescue Reserve. The building still stands, although modfied, today as a residential structure.

 

St. Paul Former Station 24(a) 3D Model file
available for Google Earth


stp_stn_19b

Click THIS LINK or the model's photo to get a network link to Google Earth


 

St. Paul, MN former Station 24(a) was constructed at 1720-1722 E. 7th at s.e. corner of Flandrau. The buiding is currently being usee by the Salvation Army. The former station still exists today.

 

Los Angeles City, Los Angeles County, Long Beach
and Municipal Fire Stations
Map for your Google Earth is now available


(click link below...)
LA City and County Fire Stations


  This .kmz file contains:
  • LA City Stations: 106
  • LA County Stations: 175
  • Long Beach Stations: 23
  • Municipal Stations: 91
  • Total Stations: 395
  • Station photos for 98% of stations
  • Formatted Placemark for each Station
  • Battalion/Division Locations
  • Apparatus assigments in each placemark
  • Extensive (and selectable) Bordering

   Legend of the Map Copyright and Downloadable Map Database
legend copyright


           Sample Map Placemark (one of nearly 400 for every station)
placemark



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Upcoming Extra Alarm Association Meetings

NEXT MEETING:

Monday, May 12, 2014
Firefighters Hall & Museum
664 22nd Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418

When: 7:00 p.m.

Future Meetings:

  • New Roseville Station 1
    June 9, 2014
    2701 N Lexington
    Roseville, MN

(Our meetings, except for our December meeting, are open to anyone who has an interest in the fire service. Please come as a visitor and we will be pleased to introduce you to our organization and if you desire we will explain our membership requirements to you. Bring a friend too!) Our meetings consist of a short business meeting followed by some fire service related entertainment and refreshments. When our meetings are held at an area fire department station a tour and viewing of apparatus (including picture taking - weather permitting) is usual.

 


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