Memorabilia


    The sign from the front of the old King Street Station


    Picture from program of 1906. Pictures are of Mayor McNalley,
    Fire Chief Rutter and the Normal School is in the middle

    1903 By-laws
    ByeLaws regulating meetings of the Fredericton Fire Department - 1903


    Badge from Hose Company 4


    Badge from Hose Company 1


    Hat Badge from Hose Company 2


    Badge from Hook & Ladder Company 1


    A Badge belonging to the S.F.E. Alexandra (Steam Fire Engine company)


    Sterling Silver badge from the 1933 Fireman's Tournament, held in Fredericton


    Nashwaaksis FD Tie Clip from before the 1973 amalgamation


    The plate off the first hose cart, built in 1852 by John Molony

    D Roberts collection
    Plate from the S.F.E Alexandra, the first steamer to
    serve in Fredericton (an Amoskeag, purchased in 1867)


    Plaque dedicated to the firemen that served in World War One


    Alarm Card for the old Alarm boxes

    FF's Glen Henry, Vince Porter
    An Alarm Box, there were many throughout the city at one time


    Scratch built replica of Fredericton's Horse drawn hose sled (1902-1916)
    Hose sled built by Jim O'Neill


    Scratch built replica of Fredericton's Ladder Sled
    Ladder Sled built by Jim O'Neill


    Scratch built replica of Fredericton's First Ladder Wagon
    1916 Ladder Wagon built by Jim O'Neill


    Scratch built replica of Fredericton's First Motorized Truck
    1916 LaFrance Chemical Truck built by Mark MacDonald


    Scratch built replica of Fredericton's First Pumper
    1929 LaFrance Pumper built by Mark MacDonald


    Scratch built replica of Fredericton's Ladder Truck
    1938 Bickle Ladder Truck built by Mark MacDonald


    The bells from the North and South Side Stations


    Helmet from the 1960's


    In Memory of Vince Porter


    A Platoon Chief's Helmet used until the 1970s


    A Helmet from the Barkers Point Fire Department
    This helmet was used in the 1960s until Barkers Point
    became part of the City of Fredericton in 1973


    A Hat Badge from the mid 1900's


    Badge worn mid 1900's


    Reunion Pin from 1912


    A badge from Devon FD before Amalgamation

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Hood O'Neill's Deputy badge

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Hook & Ladder Driver's Uniform Badge

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Hook & Ladder Driver's Hat Badge

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Fire Department Veteran badge

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Deputy Fire Chief - 1970's

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Deputy Fire Chief's Hat badge - 1970's

    Jim O'Neill Collection
    Hood O'Neill's Deputy badge


    Uniform patch of the old Marysville Fire Department.


    Uniform patch from the 1960s.


    Program from the 1948 Firemens Tournament,
    Fredericton's Centennial Year

    Saint John - 1907 Amherst - 1910 Truro - 1912 Halifax - 1915 Moncton - 1929
    Ribbons from various Tournaments between 1907 and 1929


    More from the Firemen's Tournaments of the early 1900's


    From 1906, a delegate badge featuring a picture
    of the Old King Street Station


    An old Helmet from the early 1900's


    A Tapestry made by Dr Ivan Crowell. It depicts an early
    Fire Warden, Fire Horses and the steamer Alexandra


    A helmet that the call firemen wore in the 1920's


    A carbon tetrachloride extinguisher


    A painting of a steamer responding to an alarm although
    Fredericton steamers were actually pulled by hand


    An old Captain's Badge


    An old Assistant Chief's Badge from mid 1900's


    A Nashwaaksis Training Officer's Badge before Amalgamation


    Brass Nozzles


    A cap from the early to mid 1900's


    A Soda Acid Extinguisher

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    Original Charter of Local 1053
    Fredericton Firefighters Association

    The following items are at the York Sunbury Museum
    in downtown Fredericton


    This Air Whistle gave the alarm that could
    be heard all over the downtown


    Straight Stream Nozzle Tips


    An early 20th century Nozzle


    A Leather Bucket that belonged to the Minchin Family
    In the mid 1800's all families were required to have a leather bucket
    with their name on it so they could assist with the Bucket Brigade


    An old hosepack that was stored and ready to go


    A helmet from the late 1800's


    A close up of the dragon


    The bell off the old ladder wagon


    A lamp from the old horse drawn apparatus


    This riveted leather hose was retired in 1876 because the pressure
    from the steamers would cause the rivets to pop.


    A belt worn on the fire ground from the early 1900's


    The Chief Engineer would communicate his orders with
    this horn, long before the portable radio was invented


    This helmet was in use in the late 1800's. Officers used
    white helmets, while the firefighters wore black


    A helmet from the Hook & Ladder and Salvage Company


    Captain's Helmet from 1880's