Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire Hall Museum


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Decade:  1940 
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Niagara Fire Department - Queen Street station 
ImagesTexts    Black and white photograph of the fire station on Queen Street with two motorized fire trucks in front of the building : 1942 Ford and 1924 International [by the American LaFrance Fire Engine Company]. The third fire hall was built in 1910 and the fire department moved from the Court House to...
Old fire hall on Queen Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake 
Images    Black and white photograph of the old fire station on 10 Queen Street with an ambulance (Chevrolet) in front of the building. The photo was taken from the other side of the street. The fire hall is located between two stores: Jim Connolly's store at corner King and Queen Streets (on left) and...
Bickle fire extinguisher 
Objects    Handheld brass fire extinguisher manufactured by Bickle-Seagrave Limited. This is soda-acid type of extinguisher and a tank contains sodium bicarbonate dissolved in water and a bottle of acid in the top. When the extinguisher is turned upside down, the sodium bicarbonate and acid reacts to release...
Bickle and Liberty dry powder fire extinguishers 
Objects    Tube-shaped fire extinguishers manufactured by Canadian companies: Wawanesa Insurance Company (to give to their clients) and Bickle-Seagrave Limited. The tin tubes contained a safe dry powder (usually sodium bicarbonate) which was thrown into the base of a fire to put it out. Diameter: 5.5 cm....
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Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire Hall Museum


Niagara-on-the-Lake Fire Hall Museum