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Photo source: Paul Barret (collection)

Reserve.  1918 Ford/Northern (on the right) Open Cab, Apar. Serial# 2581474, 40-gal Chemical tank

This rig never received a permanent assignment.



Photo source: Unknown

Reserve Engine,  1919 American LaFrance Open Cab, Apar. Serial# 2450, 1903 Nott steamer #727

Serving only as a reserve engine the tractor was originally assigned to Engine 12
The steamer, a 1905Nott,serial# 740 was assigned to Engine 17. The rig was retractorized in 1934
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 17 Steamer
  • Engine 12 Tractor



Photo source: Duane Troxel Collection

Reserve Engine,  1931 American LaFrance Open Cab, 1000 gpm pump, 150 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 7311  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 4
  • Engine 18
  • Engine 15
  • Engine 24



Photo source: Unknown

Spare Engine 26,  1933 Luverne/StPFD Open Cab, 750 gpm pump, 145 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 3455, F#: 155  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 3
  • Engine 1
  • Engine 6



Photo source: Steve A. Skaar

Reserve Engine 36,  1949 Ward LaFrance Semi-open, 1000 gpm pump, 200 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 492386  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 14
  • Engine 10



Photo source: Paige Van Vorst

Reserve Engine 35.,  1949 Ward LaFrance Semi-open, 1000 gpm pump, 200 gal tank, Apar. Serial# 492387, Deck gun added 1966  
  • Served also as:
  • Engine 11
  • Engine 17
  • Hose 4



Photo source: David Freedman

Reserve Squad 3,   1951 Mack/Flour City Body Semi-open, 200 gpm pump, 175 gal tank, Apar. Serial# ENF707NT197

The 1951 Mack, running as Reserve Squad 3 (left) sports a Fire Department Shops built cab and rear enclosure. These are only examples of the 'enclosure program' started in 1962 that added other such items to many of the post-war rigs.
  • Served also as:
  • Squad 1
  • Squad 2



Photo source: Minneapolis Star

  All ten of St. Paul's new 1951 Mack engines pumping for a demonstation on the Mississippi River waterfront near Jackson Street.  
 



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