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Buckeye 53

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X Bristol, RI E-2
Privately Owned
1966 Maxim
04/1985 Ranger Rebuild # 3252
750/500
F.26270
# 2542
John Denney Photo

Quite nice for us to have 2 open cab Maxims from 2 different states show up in Columbus.
 

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Buckeye 53

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Columbus, OH R-4
10/2005 Central States / Spartan Evolution
John Denney Photo

One of the large contingent of Columbus FD rigs that come out to this event every year.
Bomb Squad, ISU, R-4, HM-4, L-23, L-32, and E-32. I missed most of these but LCFR has a shot of E-32 in the Boise section of the Misc Builders A-M. I sure wished we could have corralled L-23 for a photo :'(
 

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Buckeye 53

Guest
Columbus, OH Haz-Mat 4
04/2006 Marion / HME
27' Body
# 22900
John Denney Photo

In the year 2031, will this beast show up at the muster as a privately owned rig ???
You'd need a really big garage.
 

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Buckeye 53

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That's all I have for the 2010 edition of the Columbus Muster. The members of the Central Ohio Chapter of SPAAMFAA put on another great event. They put in many long hours of planning and were on the muster site long before we got there and were still there long after we all were done with our photo sessions. The staff of the Ohio Fire Academy is to be congratulated as well for all the hard work they put in for this event. Thanks to the food vendors for feeding & keeping us hydrated. Thanks to the vendors in the flea market for bringing all those items for us to look at and buy. I'd like to thank all the members of the Columbus Division of Fire for coming out & supporting this event. And thanks most of all to those individuals who saved antique apparatus and brought them out to share with all of us. It was nice to see everyone again, although I never visit as much as I'd like.

A note to LCFR, nice to meet you & thank you for your kind words. Look for us next year and hang around the photo site a little longer.

A note to Greg, Thanks for having this site so we can all share our photos. Thanks for bringing LCFR over for the introduction. Thanks for moving your car so we could get that rig into the photo location. See You All in 2011 :)
 

X Chief 1

Firefighter
It's one of those things - - -I had every intention of going to the Reynoldsburg muster - - you're way ahead of me - -I didn't make it. One of the things I wanted to do was to ask around if anyone knew of where I could locate an authentic Dietz Fire King Lantern to purchase. The other thing I would look into would have been where, if anyone knew, I could locate the discontinued Corgi model US50504 Seagrave Safety Sedan (Detroit fire/red in color) for sale. Oh well, there will be other musters --
Dan
 

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Buckeye 53 said:
X Colliers, VA E-62
Privately Owned
19?? Howe / International R-196
500/1200
Model: HR-S-P
# 10848
John Denney Photos

2nd photo shows the piston pump.
Started looking around and discovered that this is a 1961 delivery and that Colliers is in West Virginia.
 

Jeff_Christner

Lieutenant
Buckeye 53 said:
We were also treated to multiple flyovers of a Boeing B-17, Liberty Belle
John Denney Photos
Yes, updating an old thread. The Liberty Belle B-17 made an emergency landing near Aurora, IL on Monday June 13th after an in flight fire was reported. Everyone was able to evacuate safely, however, due to the conditions of the cornfield it landed in and the fact fire trucks couldn't get close to it due to the soft ground, the fire spread and destroyed the aircraft on the ground.

Jeff
 
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Buckeye 53

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SixbyFire said:
Buckeye 53 said:
We were also treated to multiple flyovers of a Boeing B-17, Liberty Belle
John Denney Photos
Yes, updating an old thread. The Liberty Belle B-17 made an emergency landing near Aurora, IL on Monday June 13th after an in flight fire was reported. Everyone was able to evacuate safely, however, due to the conditions of the cornfield it landed in and the fact fire trucks couldn't get close to it due to the soft ground, the fire spread and destroyed the aircraft on the ground.

Jeff
A very sad event.
 

Engine33Truck

Assistant Chief
SixbyFire said:
Yes, updating an old thread. The Liberty Belle B-17 made an emergency landing near Aurora, IL on Monday June 13th after an in flight fire was reported. Everyone was able to evacuate safely, however, due to the conditions of the cornfield it landed in and the fact fire trucks couldn't get close to it due to the soft ground, the fire spread and destroyed the aircraft on the ground.

Jeff
That's terrible! :(
 

daysleeper47

District Chief
Some great photos show the initial fire and response by the fire department: http://www.wgnradio.com/news/nationworld/chi-110613-b17-plane-crash-pictures,0,3751939.photogallery
 

Engine33Truck

Assistant Chief
daysleeper47 said:
Some great photos show the initial fire and response by the fire department: http://www.wgnradio.com/news/nationworld/chi-110613-b17-plane-crash-pictures,0,3751939.photogallery
It's tough to see a beauty like that burn....but a fitting funeral for an old warbird. It's better that she had a warrior's funeral than to be scrapped.
 
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