Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire Hall Museum


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Decade:  1830 
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Water wagon 
Objects  1834,   Two-wheeled, hand drawn cart made of wood. The water was poured into a wooden tank with buckets and then two men operated a hand pump to force a stream of water on the fire. "This wagon was filled with water from wells or from the lake and carried water to the 1834 hand pumper when water was not...
1834 Pumper 
Objects  1834,   Hand-drawn and hand-operated gooseneck pumper with four wheels. Made of wood and metal, painted red. The curved ("gooseneck") shape of the water pipe (leading from the top of the wooden housing of the air chamber) allowed for easier maneuvering of the water stream. "This pump was made by James...
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Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire Hall Museum


Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire Hall Museum