North-West Station 42

Station 42 – Fairplay

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Fire Station 42 (Station 2) is located at 21455 Hwy. 285.

ENGINE 42

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2019 International HV507 4×4 / Rosenbauer Timberwolf (94841) with a 1,250 gpm NH55 pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

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LADDER 42

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2005 HME 1871-SLe / Rosenbauer – General Safety (2546) with a 105′ Metz aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM Hale pump, and a 200-gallon water tank. Former Fountain, CO Fire Department Ladder 232.

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ENGINE 423

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2017 International 7400 4×4 / BME Model 346 (2773) with a 500 GPM Darley JMP500 pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

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BRUSH 41

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Ford F-550 4×4 / Highway Products with a 250 GPM pump and 250-gallon water tank on a skid unit.

ENGINE 426

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2019 Ram 5500 4×4 / BFX Attack One (19-68351) with a 97 GPM WaterAx BB-4 pump, 313-gallon water tank, and 12.5-gallon foam cell.

TENDER 41

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2019 Freightliner M2-106 4×4 / BME (2748) Tactical Tender with a 750 GPM Waterous CGVPA pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and a 25-gallon foam cell.

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TENDER 42

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2008 International 7600 6×6 / Rosenbauer-General Safety Tenderwolf (2851) with a 1,000 GPM pump, 2,000 gallon water tank, and 50-gallon foam cell.

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TENDER 44

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(CAFS Tactical Tender) AM General M35 A3 6×6 / Colorado State Forest Service built with a 350 GPM pump and 1,000-gallon water tank (DFPC – Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control / Colorado Department of Public Safety).

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HAZ-MAT 1

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(Park County Haz-Mat Unit) 2005 Freightliner M2-106 / Mickey Trucks (1249) Walk-In Hazmat

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Station 42 Historical Photos

Station 42

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Fire Station 42 located at the current location on Hwy. 285.

ENGINE No. 2

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(Fairplay Fire Department)

ENGINE No. 1

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ENGINE 461

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GMC / FMC.

TRUCK 42

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1985 E-One Hurricane with a 100′ Rear-mount platform, 1,500 GPM pump, and 200-gallon water tank., former Snake River Fire Protection District Truck 11.

BRUSH 43

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Hummer 300 gallon water tank.

ENGINE 42

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2006 International 7400 4×4 / Rosenbauer Timberwolf with a  1,000 GPM pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

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BRUSH 42

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1999 Ford F-550 4×4 / American LaFrance / Becker with a 185 gpm pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell. Reassigned as Rescue 41.

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LADDER 42

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1993 Pierce Arrow (E-7507)65′ Tele-Squrt Quint 500 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump, former West Metro Fire Rescue Squrt 2.

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