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Can you hear me now? Roxbury pumper used a fire house siren powered by generator

When you need to let them know you are on the way!

Tom Rinelli posted an interesting New Jersey rig in his This ‘N That” blog post:

Roxbury Engine Co# 1, Succasunna (Morris County) NJ – Engine 13

1980 Hendrickson/Continental 1250 gpm/500 gal.

The first (and only) Continental brand apparatus I have ever photographed, this rig features a rear mounted LDH hose reel. Known as “The Pipe Line”, this rig is shown here making its’ last appearance at a wetdown prior to be replaced with a 2011 KME Predator.

A closer look reveals that the rig has a Federal Signal siren (the kind you’d typically find on a firehouse) mounted atop the cab – powered by the onboard generator, the siren was fully functional (and quite loud!!) throughout the wetdown.

Roxbury (NJ) Chemical Engine Company #1

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This website is devoted to many aspects of firematic photography with a particular emphasis on unique fire trucks (hence the name) whether it’s a unique color, a “one-off job” or a rig with a storied past.

Anyone have a video or sound clip of Engine 13?

Mike "FossilMedic" Ward

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