Issue 26 and Volume 75.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Conducted “He that questioneth much shall learn much ”-BACON NOTE—Readers of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING are invited to send in questions, which will be answered in the order received. Names are omitted from questions unless otherwise specified. The Combination Deluge Water Tower and Turret Wagon at Pittsburgh To the Editor: In the issue of June 4, 1924, of your paper there appeared an article dealing with two large fires that occurred in Pittsburgh, at practically the same time. On page 1236 mention was made of a “combination deluge water tower and turret wagon.” Will you kindly give us a more detailed description of this type of apparatus and a few pictures showing the position of the telescopic water tower as it appears when in action at a fire and how it “telescopes” when not in action. Here is a brief description of the tower as it appeared…

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