This photograph shows what was called a stationary fire engine in 1911. It was named the Union Engine No. 3 by the York, Pennsylvania, fire department. It gleamed from top to bottom and was parked in front of the firehouse, drawn by three horses. The paneled fire station front looks elaborate with beautifully carved wood panels and printing. On the top left was the date 1855; the top right read 1883. The station sign read "Union S. F. E. Co. No. 3." Photographed ca. 1911.
Union engine no. 3 - York, Pa., fire department.
Photo shows Stationary fire engine drawn by three horses, in front of firehouse.
- Union engine no. 3 - York, Pa., fire department
- Date Created/Published: c1911.
- Medium: 1 photographic print.
- Summary: Stationary fire engine drawn by three horses, in front of firehouse.
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