LBW's 1930 Cord
LB Walker's 1930 Cord

"Fire Engines of New England"

Walker Transportation Collection
Beverly Historical Society and Museum
117 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA 01915-5196

Phone: 978-922-1186(24 hrs)
Open Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Or by special appointment


Hartland, VT, Engine #1

Hartland, Vermont's Volunteer Fire Department took delivery of Engine #1 in the Fall of 1996 from E-One. When this photo was taken on November 30, 1996 Engine #1 had only been on one run. (Photo by David A. Fletcher. Walker Transportation Collection)

Needham, MA, Engine #5

Needham, Massachusetts' Engine #5 wasn't your standard fire apparatus. It is an early '60's Jeep Forward Control. (Photo by Laurence I. Beake. Walker Transportation Collection)

Peabody, MA, Steam Pumper

This steam pumper is seen pumping out the cellar of the Peabody, Massachusetts Post Office, which just suffered a major fire. The date is unknown, but the temperature is 10° below zero. (Photographer unknown. Walker Transportation Collection)


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