Base Hospital Camp Sherman, Ohio - 1918
I was on the Boston Fire history website and they had some more information on the 1942 Mack.bulldogboy said:MilFireGuy said:From the Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hingham MA, 1942 Mack 750 USN 116959.After service with the Navy in Hingham these two Macks were sold to fire departments in Boston and Paxton, MA. Boston's was assigned toMilFireGuy said:Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hingham, MA. 1942 Mack 750 USN 116960.
Engine 54 at the Long Island Fire Brigade while Paxton's was designated Engine 3. After service in Paxton the Mack was eventually obtained
by the Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus Society where it underwent a full restoration. I'm not sure which engine went to which department.