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St. Paul Station 4 (1970- )
and Apparatus (if available)

 




Photo source: Rick Carlson

 
 

505 Payne at n.w. cor. Woodward

 

Station faces East

Active Station

  • 1970-1973 - Engine 4
  • 1970- - Squad 1
  • 1970-1975 - Engine 11
  • 1973- - Engine/Medic 4

 





Photo source: John Degenhardt

Engine 4,   2008 Spartan/Custom Sedan/Cf, 1250 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 4S7CT2D988C067754, Custom #08MN21, Shop# 334  



Photo source: Paul Barret

Rescue Squad 1,  2002 Spartan/Custom Enclosed Cab Frwd, 750 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 4S7AT32912C042086, Custom #02MN10, Shop# 351  



Photo source: John Degenhardt

HazMat Chem 1,  2005 FreightLiner-M2/Custom Fire, Sedan, enclosed, Shop# 263  


Images of former station views and/or former apparatus will be found below




Photo source: Bill Frederick

Engine 4,  1968 Ford-C/General Safety Coupe+crew Cab Frwd, 1000 gpm pump, 300 gal tank, HP Pump F#: 68MET01, Shop# 206  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 7
  • Engine 11
  • Engine 17
  • Engine 6



Photo source: Unknown

Engine 11,  1969 Ford-C/General Safety Coupe+crew, 1000 gpm pump, 450 gal tank, Apar. Serial# C95LUE72730, 50ft Snorkel F#: 69MET32, Shop# 210  
This rig 'acted as' Squad 1 for a period of months from the time in 1984-85 that Squad 1's 1971 Ford/Gerstenlauger was decommissioned, and the new 1985 Ford-L/Custom Squad arrived.
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 9
  • Ladder 4
  • Ladder 24



Photo source: Unknown

HazMat 1,  1960's Ford enclosed van, formerly assigned as a Fire Prevention support unit, became the departments first HazMat rig.

Details are not well known about this rig as it was never carried on the formal apparatus roster



Photo source: Paul Barrett

Squad 1,  1971 Ford-L/Gerstenslager Enclosed, ? gpm pump, 300 gal tank, Shop# 238

This rig started the trend of the white-over-red paint scheme in the StPFD.



Photo source: Unknown

Engine 4,  1972 Ford-L/General Safety Coupe+crew, 1000 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Apar. Serial# K90CVP15728, HP Pump F# 72MET36, Shop# 215  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 18
  • Engine 14



Photo source: Red Novecki

Squad 1,  1984 Ford-L/Custom Coupe+crew, 1000 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Serial# 1FDYK90J1EVA57369, Shop# 333  



Photo source: Paul Barret

Squad 1,  1995 GMC-White/Toyne Coupe+crew, 1000 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Pump and body from 1985 Ford-L/Custom, Serial# 4V2VCBRF2RN685292, Shop# 346

Known by some members of the StPFD as "The Flying Squad", this rig was only in service for one week before suffering a major accident, that resulted in a rebuild of the rig



Photo source: Paul Barret

Rescue Squad 1,  1996 Ford L/Toyne Coupe+crew, 1000 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 1FDYS90B7SVA83768, Rebuild of 1995 Sqd 1, Shop# 345

The Squads 1995 GMC Toyne (rig 157) was only in service for approx,. One week before it suffered a major accident



Photo source: Paul Barret

Haz Mat 1,  1985 GMC Vandura Van, Apar. Serial# 2GDHG31M0F4507926, Shop# 288  
  • Served also as:
  • Technical Rescue 1



Photo source: Paul Barret

Haz Mat 1,  1987 Ford E350 Coupe Enclosed, Apar. Serial# 1FDKE37H9HHA97408, Shop# 289

This rig moved from Station 14 when it was replaced by rig#160, 1998 Ford-L/Super Vac Haz Mat, but was never renumbered and ran as a '2', although at it really was HazMat1
  • Served also as:
  • Haz Mat 2

Current apparatus assigned to Station 4 (1970- ) below




Photo source: Paul Barret

Engine 4,  1992 Ford-L/Custom Coupe+crew, 1250 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 1FDYS90L5MVA35049, Shop# 338  
 



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