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HistoryEdit

The Blue Mountains Fire Services was formed through the creation of the Town of Blue Mountains in 1998. The fire department was an amalgamation of the Town of Thornbury Fire Department and Township of Collingwood Township Fire Department (not to be confused with the Collingwood Fire Department).

Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 496916 Grey Road 2, ThornburyEdit

Rescue 181 - 2006 Freightliner M2 / Superior (1250/?) (SN#SE 3556)
Pumper 191 - 2016 Spartan MetroStar-X / Fort Garry (1250/800/25A) (SN#M731)
Command 501 (Chief's Vehicle) - 200? Ford F150
Command 502 (Deputy Chief's Vehicle) - 200? Ford F150
Command 503 (Fire Prevention Vehicle) - 200? Dodge Ram 1500
Marine 1
2008 Sterling LT9513 / Fort Garry pumper/tanker (1050/3000) (SN#M014)

Fire Station 2 - 796338 Grey Road 19, CraigleithEdit

Built 1990

Ladder 261 - 2004 E-One Cyclone II (1750/300/75') (SN#127561)
Tanker 271 - 2012 Freightliner 114SD / Fort Garry (1050/3000) (SN#M392)
Rescue 281 - 2010 Freightliner M2 106 / Metalfab (1250/600/25F)
1990 Ford F Super Duty / Saulsbury mini-pumper (400/250)

Assignment Unknown Edit

1990 Ford C8000 / Grumman pumper (840/840) (SN#18586-FC)

Retired ApparatusEdit

1995 Freightliner FL80 / Fort Garry pumper (1050/1000) (SN#M5519) (Sold to Service de Sécurité Incendie Saint-Étienne-de-Beauharnois)
1988 GMC Top Kick / Krohnert tanker (-/2000)
1988 Ford E350 / Childs light rescue
1986 International S2300 tanker (port./1500)
1978 Ford C900 / Thibault pumper (840/800) (SN#T78-152)
1974 Ford E300 cube van rescue

External LinksEdit

Blue Mountains Fire Services

Station MapEdit

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