Engine Company 5 Hose Wagon with Hart Water Pump at Water Street Firehouse
Engine Company 1 Metropolitan Steam Fire Engine
Engine Company 1 Hose Wagon
Engine Company 9's 1904 First Size Metropolitan Steam Fire Engineat the Main Street firehouse.
Courtesy Todd Hollritt
Men of Engine Company 7 at 78 Gould Avenue Firehouse: Note Steamer Harnesses hanging from cieling behind them
Engine Company horses with: L-R: John Heinzelman, Neil Kennedy, John Eagan and Bill Smith
Engine Company 10 at 198 17th Avenue with Paterson's first motorized apparatus: A Howe Fire Engine. On rear step: ? and Jack Anderson. On side: Lieutenant Thomas Coyle, Driver Paul Wentin and Captain Barton. On other side J Byrnes (or Burns) and ? at crank.
Circa 1913 Headquarters at 115 Van Houten Street circa 1913
Engine Company 5 Metropolitan Steamer with Nott Propelling Tractot at 115 Van Houten Street circa 1913: Driver Paul Wentink, James Sweeney, Chief Thomas Coyle, Engineer David Taylor. Circa 1913
Truck Company 2 Aerial with Christie Front Drive Steamer at 115 Van Houten Street 1913. Driver is Leo Kane and standing is Captain Weber.
Engine Company 12 Robinson Combination Engine circa 1913
Modern postcard showing the 1904 Nott Steam Fire Engine of Paterson Engine Company 8: restored by Exemots of the Wyckoff, NJ Fire department 1973-1976
The Almshouse at Chamberlain and Redwood Avenue with the Fire department Training/Drill Tower seen at the left.
The Paterson Exempt Fireman's Home on Clark Street
Postcards related to the Great Conflagration of 1902
Old 1821 Gooseneck Engine of Passaic Engine Company 1 Postcards. The first is as it was stored on the porch of the Exempt Fireman's Home. Note original leather riveted hose.
Late 1940s restoration: displayed in from of the 23rd Avenue Firehouse. The Engine lamp is not original to the apparatus nor is the drum in the center or the keg on the yolk.
Ahrens Fox Advertising postcard
1951 postcard from the Fordham Felt Works located at 350 Main Street between DeGrasse St and lee Place (behind Central HS). They supplied jackets to many fire departments. That is not a Paterson apparatus in the photo.