Youngstown Fire Department Motorized Apparatus – Past and Present

1909 -Webb (E-8) Nicknamed: “Thomas”
1910 -Seagrave (Chem-9 (Hose-9)) Nicknamed: “Dolly”
1912 -Robinson (E-2) 700gpm Triple Combination
1912 -Knox (E-4) 800gpm Triple Combination
1912/1913 -Steamer 1 repowered with a Christie Tractor
1912/1913 -Steamer 2 repowered with a Christie Tractor
1912/1913 -Steamer 3 repowered with a Christie Tractor
1912/1913 -Steamer 4 repowered with a Christie Tractor
1913 -Robinson (Hose-7)
1913 -Robinson (E-5) 700gpm Triple Combination
1913 -Robinson (E-1) 700gpm Triple Combination
1913 -Robinson (E-10) 700gpm Triple Combination
1913 -Knox (H-3)
1913 -Knox (H-6)
1914 -Knox Tractor (TA)
1914 -Knox Tractor (TB)
1914 -Seagrave 85′ Aerial (T-1)
1914 -Seagrave Hose & Chemical (Chem-1)
1914 -Nott (Hose-11)
1917 -American LaFrance (E-11) 750gpm Triple Combination
1919 -Seagrave (No.2) 750gpm Triple Combination
1919 -Seagrave (No.6) 750gpm Triple Combination
1919 -American LaFrance (No.10) 750gpm Triple Combination
1920 -Seagrave City Service Ladder (No.3 @ Sta.8)
1921 -American LaFrance City Service Ladder (No.2 @ Sta.7)
1921 -American LaFrance (No.5 (Later No.7)) 750gpm Triple Combination
1922 -American LaFrance (No.5) 750gpm Triple Combination
1923 -Ahrens-Fox (No.8) 900gpm Triple Combination
1924 -American LaFrance (No.1) 1000gpm Triple Combination
1925 -American LaFrance (No.3) 1000gpm Triple Combination
1926 -American LaFrance (No.4) 1000gpm Triple Combination
1926 -American LaFrance (No.9) 1000gpm Triple Combination
1927 -American LaFrance 65′ Aerial (No.4 @ Sta.1)
1928 -American LaFrance 85′ Aerial (No.1 @ Sta.8)
1928 -American LaFrance Hose & Chem (Chem-1 @ Sta.1)
1930 -Mack (No.1) 1000gpm Triple Combination
1930 -Mack (No.10) 1000gpm Quadruple Combination
1933 -Seagrave City Service Ladder (No.3 @ Sta.6)
1933 -Seagrave (No.2) 1000gpm
1933 -Seagrave (No.6) 1000gpm
1934 -Seagrave (No.12) 1000gpm
1935 -American LaFrance 400 Series (No.7) 1000gpm
1937 -1933 American LaFrance High Pressure (No.3) 2000gpm (NYC declined in 1933)
1939 -Seagrave K (Squad @ Sta.4)
1939 -Seagrave K 100′ Tillered Aerial (No.1 @ Sta.7) Steel hydraulic tractor-drawn
1944 -American LaFrance JOX 85′ Aerial (No.4 @ Sta.8) Mid mount
1947 -Ahrens-Fox (No.2) 750gpm
1947 -Ahrens-Fox (No.11) 750gpm
1948 -Mack L (No.4) 750gpm/Open cab
1948 -Mack L (No.5) 750gpm/Open cab
1950 -Mack L (No.8) 750gpm/Closed cab
1951 -Mack L (No.14) 750gpm/Closed cab
1952 -American LaFrance (No.10) 1000gpm
1952 -American LaFrance (No.6) 750gpm 1223?
 [IN SERVICE] 1952 -American LaFrance (No.9) 750gpm. Repowered by diesel 3/83 (still in service as Parade 1) 1223? – PARADE 1
1954 -American LaFrance (No.12) 1000gpm 1222
1954 -Mack B (No.15) 750gpm 1226
1955 -Seagrave 70th Anniv. (No.1) 750gpm
1955 -Seagrave 85′ Aerial (No.2 @ Sta.1)
1956 -Seagrave 70th Anniv. (No.13) 750gpm (Front section of the apparatus was replaced because of rusting) 1224
1957 -Seagrave 70th Anniv. (No.7) 750gpm
1958 -Seagrave 70th Anniv. (No.3) 750gpm
1959 -Seagrave Sedan (Squad @ Sta.1) Booster pump (Owned by private collector)
1964 -International CO 8190 model/Pirsch (No.2) 1000gpm/300gal 1214
1967 -American LaFrance/900 Series 90′ Snorkel (L22) (D)
1970 -American LaFrance/Pioneer I (No.1) (D) 1000gpm/500gal 1230
1973 -Mack CF 75′ Tower Ladder (No.24) (D) 1232
1974 -Mack CF (No.2) (D) 1000gpm/500gal (Spare2. X#13. Scrapped at a Warren Junkyard) 1233
1978/96 -Mack CF600 (No.8, SE3) (D) 1250gpm/500gal. New pump, hose, body and tank in 1996. (Disposed) 1234
1977/79 -Mack CF600 (No.7) (D) 1250gpm/500gal (X#9) 1213
1979/80 -Mack CF (No.33 (Later No.10)) (D) 1250gpm/500gal (Scrapped. X#15) 1210
1980/81 -Mack MC (No.1 (Later No.6, Later Eng 15, Later SE 1)) (D) 1250gpm/500gal (Disposed. Owned by private collector) 1215
1982 -Mack MC (No.1,SE8) (D) 1500gpm/750gal (Disposed) 1229
1983 -Mack CF 75′ Tower Ladder (L22) (D) (Disposed. X#22) 1220
1987 -Pierce/Dash (S33>E4/Reserve>Dispose?) (D) 1250gpm/500gal – DISPOSE? (Last seen stripped behind Station 1)
[IN SERVICE] 1987 -Pierce/Dash (E8>E15>SPARE 8) (D) 1250gpm/750gal – SPARE
1989 -Pierce/Arrow Telesqurt (E7>E5/Reserve>Dispose?) (D) 1250gpm/500gal/50′ – DISPOSE? (Last seen behind Station 2)
1992 -International S/Pierce Heavy Rescue (R1,S33)(Traded in)
1992 -Duplex/Grumman Tower (L2,L24) (D) 1500gpm/200gal/102′ 4-door (Sold to FD in Arkansas)
[IN SERVICE] 1998 -Pierce/Saber (E2>E12>SPARE) (D) 1250gpm/750gal Top Mount Pump 4-door (sis as spare) – SPARE
[IN SERVICE] 1998 -Pierce/Saber (E3>E6>SPARE) (D) 1250gpm/750gal Top Mount Pump 4-door (sis as spare) – SPARE
[IN SERVICE] 2000 -Sutphen Aerial Platform (L22) (D) 1500gpm/300gal/100′ mid-mount (sis as L22) – LADDER 22
[IN SERVICE] 2002 -Pierce/Contender (E2>E9) (D) 1250gpm/750gal Top Mount Pump 4-door (sis as E9) – ENGINE 9
[IN SERVICE] 2002 -Pierce/Contender (E7>E3>E7>E6) (D) 1250gpm/750gal Top Mount Pump 4-door (sis as E6) – ENGINE 6
[IN SERVICE] 2002 – Pierce Enforcer (S33) – SQUAD 33
2005 -Ford Expedition (B1.)(Placed in service 01/13/2006) – BATTALION 1
[IN SERVICE] 2006 -Chevy Suburban LS (B2) – BATTALION 2
[IN SERVICE] 2006 -Pierce/Saber (E2>E15)(D) 1250gpm Top Mount Pump 4-door (Placed in service 1/1/07.)(sis as E15) – ENGINE 15
[IN SERVICE] 2006 -Pierce/Saber (E7>E15>E7)(D) 1250gpm Top Mount Pump 4-door (Placed in service 1/1/07)(sis as E7)  ENGINE 7
[IN SERVICE] 2008 -Pierce Velocity Quint (E3)(D) 1500gpm/500gal/75′ Top Mount Pump (Placed in service 10/30/2008)(sis as E3) – ENGINE 3
[IN SERVICE] 2014 -Sutphen Aerial Platform (L24)(D) – LADDER 24
[IN SERVICE] 2016/2005 – Pierce Enforcer (E12)(D) – ENGINE 12
[IN SERVICE] 2016/2010 – Pierce Impel (E2)(D) – ENGINE 2
[IN SERVICE] 
2017 -Ford Police Interceptor Utility (B1)(Placed in service 08/27/2017) – BATTALION 1

Unknown (C44) (D)(Ex American Ambulance?)
Unknown (Arson14)(Ex Hubbard FD Ambulance?) – DISPOSE? (Last seen behind Station 1)
[IN SERVICE]  Unknown – Ford Excursion (B3)(Ex-Boardman, Ohio) – SPARE/BATTALION 3

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[IN SERVICE]  In service apparatus
(D) = Diesel. GPM = gallons per minute. SIS = Still in Service
Special thanks to Steve Bournias, who compiled the majority of this list.
Red numbers are shop identification numbers used in the early and mid 80’s


2013/01/19 – B2 MVA

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