St. Paul Former Fire Station_ 7 (1885-1930) and Apparatus
    

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St. Paul Former Station 7 (1885-1930)
and Apparatus (if available)

 




Photo source: Ramsey County Historical Society

 
 

1042 Ross w. of Earl

 

Station has been razed

  • 1885-1930 - Engine 7


While we currently have been unable to locate any images of former Station 7 that illustrate
any second floor, or any side views, this station's brickwork is identical to that of Station 10(a)
and Supply Hose 3's station both also built in 1885. It is very likely that the three stations were
'triplets' of each other.

 



Photo source: Unknown

Engine 7,  1923 Ahrens-Fox JM4 Open Cab, 750 gpm pump, Apar. Serial# 1210  



Photo source: Unknown

  Map of Station location from 1903 Sanborn Maps, Vol. 2, Sheet 207
Click here for a .PDF of the full map sheet  



Photo source: StPFD Relief Assoc,. (Hennessey)

Engine 7,  1887 Silsby, Engine 3rd Class rotary, 3-Horse hitch, Serial #880, 550-gpm
The Hose 7 rig (on the left) is unidentified  



Photo source: Allan Paul Loschky

Engine 7,   1923 Ahrens-Fox JM4 Open Cab, 750 gpm pump, Apar. Serial# 1210

Shown in May 2005 restored by Allan Paul Loschky in Memphis, TN.
 



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