Denver Firefighters Museum

A beautiful, century-old firehouse filled with superbly displayed firefighting apparatus, memorabilia, and, of course, fire trucks.

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Denver Firefighters Museum
  • Watch Desk-Denver Firefighters Museum

    Watch desks were manned 24/7 and were used to monitor fire locations and to monitor which trucks were dispatched to them.
  • Hose Reel-Denver Firefighters Museum

    Leather hose reels were common in the late 1800s.
  • Steam Fire Engine-Denver Firefighters Museum

    FDNY 86H steam fire engine is on loan from the New York City Fire Museum.
  • Hook and Ladder-Denver Firefighters Museum

    1875 Hook and Ladder No. 8.
  • Uniform-Denver Firefighters Museum

    Vintage Denver Fire Department uniform.
  • 1924 American Lafrance Engine-Denver Firefighters Museum

    This engine has a 120 horsepower motor, and can carry five crew members.
  • 1942 American LaFrance Squad-Denver Firefighters Museum

    A "Squad" is a special purpose rescue truck. It has a 240 horsepower, V-12 engine and carries a five man crew.

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