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THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AT LYNN AND SOME OF ITS MOTOR APPARATUS

Issue 6 and Volume 60.

THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AT LYNN AND SOME OF ITS MOTOR APPARATUS Illustrations on this page show some of the motor driven apparatus of the fire department at Lynn, Mass., which is commanded by Chief Edward E. Chase who is stationed at the Broad street station and who is shown seated in his Chalmers-Detroit motor car, which was purchased in 1910. Ladder Company No. 3 is located at the Broad street station and is commanded by Captain Belfield. This is equipped with an eighty-five foot American-La France aerial ladder truck which was purchased in 1906 and which was motorized with a Knox-Martin thirty-five horse power tractor, in 1913. At the Broad Street station is also located Engine Company No. 4. The engine is an extra first size Amoskeag engine which was bought in 1904 and which was motorized ten years later, with an A. and B. tractor. The maximum speed is…

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