Larchmont Historical Fire Company

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20160806_haraldThe Larchmont Historical Fire Company is a division of the Larchmont Historical Society, established in 2008 to promote understanding of the history of firefighting in Larchmont; and to preserve Larchmont’s the historical firefighting traditions and artifacts.

The Company maintains Engine One, a 1922 American LaFrance pumper that served Larchmont until 1948. Engine One has been restored to its factory specifications.

The Chief’s Car is a 1910 Brush Runabout. It pulls a restored 1891 Chapman Fire Extinguisher Cart.

The Company uniforms are based on the uniforms of the Civil War Infantry Company comprised of volunteer firefighters called the 11th New York Volunteers – the Fire Zouaves.


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