Denver Station 1

Station 1 – Downtown

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Fire Station 1 (Headquarters) is located at 745 W. Colfax Ave, built in 1975.

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DISTRICT CHIEF 2

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(A628) 2013 Ford Expedition 4×4, District Chief 2 covers Station 1, 3, 4, 6 and 11.

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OPS 2

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Ford Expedition 4×4.

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ENGINE 1

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2016 Pierce Velocity (28980-01) 500 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump (Waterous) with foam (Akron).

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TOWER 1

 

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2012 Pierce Velocity (24895) 100′ rear-mount platform.

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WATER RESCUE 1

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1990 Spartan Gladiator / SuperVac walk-in, former Colorado State Patrol (CSP) Emergency Communications Unit.

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COLLAPSE RESCUE 1

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2008 Kenworth T370 / Pierce walk-around heavy rescue trailer.

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Station 1 Historical Photos

Station 1

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Fire Station 1 located at Colfax Ave. & Broadway, dedicated January 2nd 1882, called “Broadway Fire Station” and was home to the Broadway Hose Co. No. 6, a volunteer company organized on February 27, 1881. This station was in service until 1909 when it was torn down to make room for a monument to the pioneers who crossed the plains and settled in Denver

Station 1

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Fire Station 1 located at Tremont Place, the current site of the Denver Fire Department Museum which opened in 1976.

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ENGINE Co. 1

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Horse Drawn.

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ENGINE No. 1

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TRUCK COMPANY No. 1

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RES TRACTOR No. 1

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1920’s American LaFrance.

TRUCK No. 1

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1949 American LaFrance 100′ mid-mount aerial ladder.

RESERVE ENGINE No. 1

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1950 Seagrave 300 gallon water tank / 1000 gpm pump.

ENGINE No. 1

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1959 Seagrave 300 gallon water tank / 500 gpm pump.

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ENGINE 1

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Engine 1 (E-63) 1984 Seagrave (HB-40DC / R-79385) 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump.

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Dennis Maag Photo ©

RESERVE TRUCK 1

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1952 Seagrave 85′ mid-mount ladder.

TRUCK 1

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1967 Seagrave 100′ mid-mount aerial ladder.

TRUCK No. 1

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1975 American LaFrance Pacemaker 100′ rear-mount aerial ladder.

TELE-SQUIRT 1

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Tele-Squirt 1 (E-50) 1976 American LaFrance Century (CE-14-4765) 50′ 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump.

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TRUCK 1

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Truck 1 (T-27) 1980 Seagrave (SR-20768 / K-75268) 100′ aerial ladder, also ran as Truck 8 and Truck 19.

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AERIAL TOWER 1

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Aerial Tower 1 (T-29) 1982 Sutphen (TS100 / HS-1639) 100′ mid-mount 300 gallon water tank / 1500 gpm pump.

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Bart Richards Photo

TOWER 1

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AIR / LIGHTS 1

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Air / Lights 1 (R-01) 1965 Ford F-350 / Jacobs, also ran out of Station 8.

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RESCUE SQUAD 2

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1973 Mack CF600 / Gerstenslager, also ran as Rescue Squad 1 & Rescue Squad 8.

UNDERWATER RESCUE 1

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Underwater Rescue 1 (R-08) 1974 Clark Cortez, also ran as Underwater Rescue 11.

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UNDERWATER RESCUE 1

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Underwater Rescue 1 (R-09) 1975 Ford C8000 / Gerstenslager (F-75-6), also ran as Rescue Squad 8 & Hammer 1. In the mid 1980’s this unit became the Underwater Rescue and shown here in 1992, this was repainted white. Currently running as Berthoud Fire Protection District Water Rescue.

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Ron Heal Photo

RESCUE Co. 1

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1992 Seargrave.

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RESCUE Co. 1

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Rescue Squad 1 (R-03) 1983 Mack (R686FC-1031) / SVI, also ran out of Station 6 and Station 11.

ENGINE No. 1

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American LaFrance.

ENGINE 1

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1990 Pierce Lance (E-5671-01) 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump, also ran as Pumper 1.

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ENGINE 1

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2002 Pierce Enforcer 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump, currently a reserve and is located at Station 22.

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Charles Broshous Photo ©

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Charles Broshous Photo ©

Shown here running as Reserve Engine 1.

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COLLAPSE RESCUE

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2008 Kenworth / Pierce.

TOWER 1

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2000 Pierce Lance 100′ rear-mount aerial platform, currently running as Tower 8.

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TOWER 1

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1999 Pierce Lance 100′ rear-mount aerial platform, former Tower 27.

DISTRICT CHIEF 2

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Ford Expedition 4×4.

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DISTRICT CHIEF 2

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Ford Expedition 4×4.

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