Denver Station 11

Station 11 – Baker

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(District 2) Fire Station 11 is located at 40 W. 2nd Ave. (2nd Ave. & Broadway) and built in 1936, the station is the second oldest active fire station. 

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Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

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Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

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ENGINE 11

 

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(E110) 2018 Pierce Velocity (32627-02) with a 1,500 gpm pump (Waterous), 500 gallon water tank, and 30 gallon foam cell. Triplet to Engine 7 and Engine 39.

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

RESCUE 1

Nate Siebert Photo ©

(R29) 2021 Pierce Velocity (35302) Walk-in (Heavy Rescue).

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Peter Reichardt Photo ©

Nate Siebert Photo ©

Nate Siebert Photo ©

Peter Reichardt Photo ©

Station 11 Historical Photos

Station 11

Photo Courtesy of Denver Firefighters Museum

Fire Station 11 was located at 3rd Ave. & Cherokee St. and opened on June 14th, 1890.

Station 11

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Fire Station 11 with Engine No. 11 (1950 Seagrave) and Truck No. 11 (1940’s American LaFrance), the station opened on March 22nd, 1937.

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Station 11 with Engine 11 (1974 Ward LaFrance), Water Rescue (1970s Cortez), and Truck 11 (1959 American LaFrance 85′ nid-mount).

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Fire Station 11 has been in service since 1937 and built in 1936 at the current location on W. 2nd Ave, shown here in 1974.

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Station 11 with Engine 11 (1974 Ward LaFrance) and Truck 11 (1980 Seagrave 100′ rear-mount).

CIVIL DEFENSE RESCUE

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1952 REO / Boyertown. Moved to Station 24.

TRUCK 11

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1965 Seagrave 85′ mid-mount aerial ladder.

RESERVE TRUCK 11

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1959 Seagrave 85′ aerial ladder.

ENGINE 11

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(E-48) 1974 Ward LaFrance (80-1060) with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. Also ran as Engine 30 and Engine 2.

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

RESCUE 1

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(R-03) 1983 Mack (R686FC-1031) / SuperVac (Heavy Rescue), rebuilt in 1990. Also ran as Rescue Squad 1 out of Station 6. Became Geronimo Volunteer Fire Department (Oklahoma) Rescue 1.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Shown here in 2002 running as Rescue 1 with the updated logo and graphics.

UNDERWATER RESCUE 11

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(R-08) 1974 Clark Cortez. Former Underwater Rescue 1.

TRUCK 11

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

(T-26) 1980 Seagrave (SR-20768 / K-75263) 100′ rear-mount aerial ladder. Also ran as Tower 1 for a short time as a reserve.

TRUCK 11

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(T-04) 1986 E-One Hurricane 110′ aerial ladder with 1500 gpm pump and 200 gallon water tank. Also ran as TAC 11, Truck 6, Truck 22, and Truck 27. On July 18, 1986, the DFD disbanded Engine 11 and placed the “TAC” which consisted of the truck and the mini pumper, and the Tac Company was disbanded just a year later.

TAC 11

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

(E-67) 1986 Ford F-800 / E-One with 1000 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. TAC 11 responded to trash fires and medical calls. Fire Station 4 also operated a TAC unit and ran as TAC 4, On May 12, 1987, TAC 11 was destroyed in a rollover accident while responding to a fire alarm, which brought an end to using the TAC units.

ENGINE 11

Rick Davis Photo ©

American LaFrance.

TELE-SQUIRT 11

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1976 American LaFrance. Squirt 11 ran from 1987 until 1993 when the Squirt was replaced by Pumper 11.

PUMPER 11

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(E-24) 1993 Freightliner FL70 / Becker with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. Also ran as Engine 11.

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

Rick Davis Photo ©

ENGINE 11

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Shown here with the newer graphics and logo.

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

TRUCK 11

Rick Davis Photo ©

1997 Pierce Lance 105′ rear-mount aerial ladder. Ran from 1997 to 1999. Also ran as Truck 19 and Truck 22.

Eric Hurst Photo ©

Shown here with the updated graphics.

RESCUE 1

Michael Block Photo ©

1992 Seagrave. Also ran out of Station 4.

RESCUE 1

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(R13) 1999 Pierce Lance. Became a reserve and then ran as Rescue 2 at Station 26.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Charles Broshous Photo ©

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

ENGINE 11

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2007 Pierce Velocity with 1500 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, and 50 foam cell.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

RESCUE 1

Keith Kahler Photo ©

(R13) 2003 Pierce Lance (13713) walk-in (Heavy Rescue). The reserve rescue was in-service as Rescue 1 while the front-line Velocity was out-of-service from its accident.

RESCUE 1

Charles Broshous Photo ©

(R23) 2008 Pierce Velocity (20562) Walk-In Heavy-Duty Rescue. Rescue 1 was involved in an accident on January 23rd, 2021, and was placed out of service for some time. More info here: Denver Rescue 1 Accident. The former Rescue 1 / Rescue 2, (R13) 2003 Pierce Lance, was acting as Rescue 1 while their front-line was in the shop.

Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

Jeremiah Herderich Photo ©

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