St. Paul Former Fire Station_ 14 (1910-1982) and Apparatus
    

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St. Paul Former Station 14 (1910-1982)
and Apparatus (if available)

 




Photo source: Steve A. Skaar

 
 

93 N. Snelling at n.w. cor. Ashland.

 

Station faces East

Currentrly (2004) used as dance instruction studio

First numbered as Station 20, was renumbered Station 14 in 1922

  • 1910-1921 - Engine 20
  • 1910-1982 - Ladder 10/14
  • 1922-1973 - Engine 14
  • 1958-1982 - Squad 2
  • 1973-1982 - Engine 14/Medic 14

 





Photo source: Unknown

 
Map of Station location from 1926 Sanborn Maps, Vol. 7, Sheet 722
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Photo source: unknown

  Former St. Paul Station 14 in the 1960's  



Photo source: Firefighters Memorial Museum

Engine 20,   1916 Waterous Open Cab, 750 gpm pump, Apar. Serial# 733 , is displayed in front of their quarters. Chief of Department Devlin is on the far left.



Photo source: Ramsey County Historical Society

Ladder 10,   1916 Seagrave Open Cab, Apar. Serial# 14715, City Service truck  



Photo source: Richard N. Adelman

Engine 20,   1920 Seagrave Open Cab, 900 gpm pump, Apar. Serial# 24718

A delivery photo of the 1920 Seagrave 900gpm pumper. This rig would be assigned to Engine 20 then at Snelling and Ashland Aves.
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 14



Photo source: Ramsey County Historical Society

Engine 14,   1922 Ahrens-Fox JM2 Open Cab, 750 gpm pump, Apar. Serial# 1202

This rig would meet a tragic fate in a wreck in 1946.



Photo source: Unknown

Engine 14,  1951 Mack Semi-open, 1000 gpm pump, 200 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 95LS 1236  



Photo source: Duane Troxel Collection

Ladder 10,  1951 Seagrave Semi-open, 65ft, Apar. Serial# F4640, Mid-mount, Shop# 237  
  • Served also as:
  • Ladder 5



Photo source: Paul Barrett

Squad 2,   1951 Mack/Flour City Body Semi-open, 200 gpm pump, 175 gal tank, Apar. Serial# ENF707NT197

This 1951 Mack/Four City Shop & Body (shown here in 1958 refurbished as Squad 2) was delivered originally to Squad 1.
  • Served also as:
  • Squad 1



Photo source: Unknown

Rescue Squad 2,  1958 Diamond-T/Olson Semi-open, 200 gpm pump, 200 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 926B0001  
  • Served also as:
  • Squad 1



Photo source: Duane Troxel

Ladder 10,   1966 International/Pirsch Coupe Cab Frwd, 55ft, With ft37 Pirsch 55ft/ ft71 add 100ft Thibault, Shop# 235

Like a cat with nine lives, the 1966 International used earlier in the rebuild of the 1937 Pirsch aerial was rebuilt yet again with a 1971 100ft Thibault aerial, and of course a 'telephone booth' crew cab. It is pictured here on the apron at Station 14 running as Ladder 10.
  • Served also as:
  • Ladder 3
  • Ladder 10>14
  • Ladder 20



Photo source: Steve A. Skaar

Engine 14,   1968 Ford-C/General Safety Coupe+crew Cab Frwd, 1000 gpm pump, 300 gal tank, Apar. Serial# C95LUC18531, HP Pump F#: 68MET13, Shop# 212  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 19
  • Engine 23



Photo source: Duane Troxel

Rescue Squad 2,  1968 Ford-C/Gerstenslager Enclosed Cab Frwd, ? gpm pump, 300 gal tank, Shop# 239  
  • Served also as:
  • Squad 1



Photo source: Steve A. Skaar

Engine 14,   1981 Ford-L/General Safety Coupe+crew, 1000 gpm pump, 500 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 1FDXR80U3BVJ27201, F#: 81MET16, Shop# 231  
 



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