05/21/09 81 W, 1 I - + 17 - 8 Engine 1 and Station 3


The second oldest active engine house in the Capitol City recently received a face lift. Station 3 personnel detailed the front of their 1951 building, including adding a white background behind the station letters. They copied the style from Station 6, which painted its letters to match Station 5, which had its letters redone last year. Click to enlarge this photo that shows Engine 3 educating Engine 1 on foam operations with their 2009 Pierce Arrox XT pumper that was placed in service today.
 






  
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