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This photo by the webmaster appeared in a slide show on Firehouse.com the Sunday following the World Trade Center Attack. The FDNY is on the front of Truck 24 to honor the men of FDNY who perished in the attack.

Fire Department Headquarters above Engine 3's quarters in the 1890's

To Ride A Red Engine
A retired London fireman, Dave Wilson, has released an E-book about his adventures as a member of the London Fire Brigade. It is a humorous autobiography of his life as a young fireman in London during the 1960's.
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