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HistoryEdit

Fire StationsEdit

Station Address In Service Notes
Fire Station 1 318 Canborough St., Smithville 1961-2010 Located next to current station.

Apparatus rosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 344 Canborough St., SmithvilleEdit

Built 2010

Pump 11-1-1 - 2006 HME 1871P2 / Ahrens-Fox (1750/1000/30F)
Pump 11-1-2 - 2016 Spartan Metro Star Classic LFD / Dependable (1050/800) (SN#45473)
Aerial 11-1-5 - 1992 E-One Hurricane (1250/500/75' rearmount) (ex-Brampton Fire and Emergency Services)
Tanker 11-1-6 - 2000 Freightliner FL80 / Metalfab (420/2750) (SN#M00-10545)
Parade - 1949 Mercury M155 / Bickle pumper (420/420)

Fire Station 2 - 8635 Niagara Road 65, Caistor CentreEdit

Pump 11-2-1 - 1998 International 4900 / Superior (1050/1000) (SN#SE 1855)
Tanker 11-2-6 - 1996 Freightliner FL80 / Martin-Coleman (PP/3500) (ex-?)
Rescue 11-2-7 - 2007 Ford F550 / Fort Garry (SN#A321)

Retired apparatusEdit

1992 GMC Top Kick / Pro Trac walk-in heavy rescue (ex-1117) Sold to a private company for commercial use 2016
1988 Ford C8000 / Superior pumper (840/800) (SN#SE 899)
1981 Chevrolet C70 / MTI tanker (250/1500) (ex-Whitby Fire and Emergency Services)
1977 International heavy rescue (ex-London Fire Services)
1976 Chevrolet 65 / Local tanker (port./1800)
1973 GMC 6500 / Thibault pumper (625/1000) (SN#T73-149)
1967 Chevrolet / Thibault pumper (500/1000)

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