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Make & Model

Serial #

In Service

Additional notes

#1  LAFRANCE

1383

Purchased 23/12/1916

Horsepower 105 6 cylinders Gasoline 
Pump Capacity 750 GPM @120 Pressure 
Hose capacity 1200 ft. 2 1/2 Cotton rubber lined hose. 
Cost $10,700.00 
Disposed 1955

First Motorized WFD Pumper 1917

#2 SEAGRAVE

Type D

Purchased 08/05/1917

Horsepower 79.3 6 cylinders Gasoline 
Pump capacity 750 GPM 
Made in Canada by W. E. Seagrave & Co. Walkerville Ont. 
Cost $10,000.00 
Disposed 1941 
This Pumper was used as Spare for at least 10 years

#3 LAFRANCE

2306

Purchased 03/04/1919

Horsepower 105 6 cylinders Gasoline Motor No. 1168 
Pump Capacity 750 GPM @120 Lbs. Pressure 
Agent American LaFrance Toronto Ont. 
Cost $13,200.00 
Disposed 1955

#4 SEAGRAVE

27119 USA

Purchased 06/09/1919

Horsepower 79.3 6 cylinders gasoline 
Pump Capacity 625 Imp. GPM @120 Lbs Pressure  Centrifugal 
Agent Waterous Engine Works Ltd. 157 Higgins Ave Wpg. 
Cost $14,000.00 
Disposed 1955 Spare in 1955 Replaced by new #4 in 1958

#5 LAFRANCE

3242

Purchased 08/02/1921

Pump Capacity 625 GPM @120 lbs Pressure

Disposed 1955 Replaced by new #5 in 1959

#6 LAFRANCE

4195

Purchased 26/03/1923

Pump Capacity 625 GPM @120lbs Pressure 
Disposed 1955 replaced by new #6 in 1960

#7 SEAGRAVE

54920

Purchased 05/09/1928

Horsepower 70 6 Cylinders Gasoline 
Pump Capacity 833 GPM @120 lbs Pressure 
Cost $15,325.00 
Disposed 1960 replaced by new #7 in 1961 
The first Pumper supplied with Pneumatic Tires

#8 LAFRANCE

6588

Purchased 25/07/1929

Horsepower 70 6 cylinders Gasoline 
Pump Capacity 625 GPM @120 lbs Pressure 
Agent Mackay-Morton Ltd. Winnipewg, Man. 
Cost $15,500.00 
Disposed 1960 Replaced by new #8 in 1963 
Museum Piece

#9 LAFRANCE

7211

Purchased 19/09/1930

Horsepower 70 6 cylinders Gasoline 
Pump Capacity was considered to be 1000 GPM @120 lbs Pressure 
Cost $14,500.00 
Disposed after 1961 Replaced by new #9 in 1963. Museum Piece

#2 LAFRANCE

Purchased 1941

Horsepower 120 12 cylinders in line Gasoline 
Pump Capacity 1000 GPM @120 lbs Pressure 
Due to wartime this pump was delivered with only the front front portion attached and the Repair shop built the rear parts, as a consequence the doors popped open while cornering. No seat belts were supplied. 
Disposed before amalgamation, spare in 1961, new #2-1976 Atlantic-Scott

#10 LAFRANCE

Purchased 1944

Horsepower unknown 
12 cylinders in line Gasoline 
Pump Capacity 1200 GPM @120 Lbs Pressure 
Disposed before amalgamation New #10-1976 Atlantic-Scott

#11 LAFRANCE

Purchased 1944

Horsepower unknown
12 cylinders in line Gasoline
Pump Capacity 1200 GPM @120 Lbs Pressure
Disposed before amalgamation New #11 – 1977 Kenworth

#12 INTERNATIONAL 
Bickle Seagrave

Purchased 1946

This Pumper was a 1941 version, designed for airport fire protection, and was converted so protection could be provided Winnipeg 
citizens living in Emergency housing that were originally for service personnel. The fire station was also from the wartime era. 
Was replaced with new #12 in 1969. 
Disposed 1966

#1 DIAMOND T 
Champion booster pump

Purchased 1944

Pump Capoacity 350 GPM with small water tank. 
This vehicle had the ability to move along the ground and still pump water from the tank, an advantage while fighting grass fires. 
This apparatus was in service at # 4 Station and replaced MHW #2 
Disposed after 1955.

#2 INTERNATIONAL 
American Marsh booster Pump

Purchased 1946

Pump Capacity 250 GPM with small tank 
This apparatus was in service in # 1 and replaced MHW #11 
Disposed after 1955

#1 INTERNATIONAL 
Memco Aerial 55 foot 
Booster Pump Bickle – Seagrave

Purchased 1950

420 GPM, Tank 300 gallons 
Hose 600 Feet- 2 1/2″ cotton ruber lined 
Spare in 1988 as Aerial No. 7 
Disposed

#2 INTERNATIONAL 
Memco Aerial 65 foot 
Booster Pump Bickle – Seagrave

Purchased 1952

420 GPM, Tank 300 gallons 
Hose 600 feet-2 1/2″ cotton rubber lined. 
Disposed 1983 Spare in 1980 as Aerial No. 8

#13 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1953

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet – 2 1/2″, 350 feet – 1 1/2″ rubber lined.

#14 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1954

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet – 2 1/2″, 350 feet – 1 1/2″ rubber lined.

#15 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1955

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet – 2 1/2″, 350 feet – 1 1/2″ rubber lined.

#16 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1955

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet – 2 1/2″, 350 feet – 1 1/2″ rubber lined.

#17 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1955

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet – 2 1/2″ – 350 feet 1 1/2″ rubber lined

#24 GMC in service

Purchased 1955

In East Kildonan 
Pump Capacity 500 GPM – Tank Cap. 500 gallons 
Hose 1000 feet 2 1/2″ – 300 feet 1 1/2″ – 2 Reels.

#18 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1957

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1500 feet – 2 1/2″ – 350 feet 1 1/2″ rubber lined

#19 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1958

Pump Capacity 500/420 GPM – Tank Capacity 300 gallons 
Hose 1500 feet – 2 1/2″ – 350 feet 1 1/2″ rubber lined

#1 MACK

Purchased 1958

Pump Capacity 1050 GPM – Tank Capacity 400 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet 2 1/2″ – 350 feet 1 1/2″ rubber lined

#3 MACK

Purchased 1958

Pump Capacity 1050 GPM – Tank Capacity 400 gallons 
Hose 1300 feet 2 1/2″ – 350 feet 1 1/2″ rubber lined

#50 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1958

Only reference is in 1978 when it was spare as 496 at No. 15 Stn. could be from St. B. 
Pump Capacity 500 GPM – Tank Capacity 500 gallons

#4 MACK

Purchased 1959

Pump Capacity 1050 GPM – Tank 400 gals. 
Hose 1500 2 1/2″ – 350 1 1/2″

#5 MACK

Purchased 1959

Pump Capacity 1050 GPM – Tank 400 gals.
Hose 1500 2 1/2″ – 350 1 1/2″
The first crew cab purchased for W.F.D.

#6 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1959

Cab over design 
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM – Tank 400 gals. 
Hose 1500 2 1/2″ – 350 1 1/2″

#25 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1959

In Transcona 
Pump Capacity 840 GPM – Tank 500 gals

#47 G.M.C.

Purchased 1959

In St. Vital 
Pump Capacity 625 GPM – Tank 500 gals.

#48 LAFRANCE

Purchased 1959

In St. James 
Pump Capacity 625 GPM – Tank 500 gals

#7 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1960

Cab over design. 
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM – Tank 400 gals. 
Hose 1500 feet 2 1/2″ – 350 feet 1 1/2″

#26 FORD

Purchased 1960

In East Kildonan
Pump Capacity 625 GPM – Tank 500 gals
Hose 1500 feet 2 1/2″ – 500 feet 1 1/2″
Ladders 225 feet in total 
Built to order on a special long chassis 
Disposed 1984. Purchased by the West Hawk Lake community for the start of a volunteer Fire Dept.

#8 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1963

Pump – Hale – Capacity 1050 GPM. Tank 450 gals.

#9 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1963

Pump – Hale – Capacity 1050 GPM. Tank 450 gals.

#13 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1965

Pump – Hale – Capacity 1050 GPM. Tank 450 gals.

#21 MACK

Purchased 1965

Pump – Hale – Capacity 1050 GPM. Tank 450 gals.

#28 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1965

In Fort Garry 
Pump Capacity 840 GPM. Tank 500 gals.

#29 FORD

Purchased 1965

In St. Vital
Pump Capacity 840 GPM. Tank 500 gals.

#32 MACK

Purchased 1965

In St. James
Pump Capacity 840 GPM. Tank 500 gals.

#14 MACK

Purchased 1966

Pump Capacity 1050 Tank 400 gals. First Diesel

#30 INTERNATIONAL

Purchased 1966

In Transcona 
Pump Capacity 840 GPM Tank 500 gals.

#15 MACK

Purchased 1967

Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 400 gals. Diesel

#27 MACK

Purchased 1967

In St. James 
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 400 gals.

#33 MACK

Purchased 1967

In St. Boniface 
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 400 gals.

#34 FORD

Purchased 1968

In West Kildonan
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 500 gals.

#12 THIBAULT

Purchased 1969

Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 400 gals.

#35 FORD

Purchased 1969

In West Kildonan 
Pump Capacity 625 GPM Tank 750 gals.

#22 FORD

Purchased 1970

In Charleswood 
Pump Capacity 840 GPM Tank 500 gals.

#37 FORD

Purchased 1970

In St. James 
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 500 gals. Diesel

#36 THIBAULT

Purchased 1973

In St. Boniface 
Pump Capacity 1050 GPM Tank 500 gals. Diesel

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