Apparatus
1926 Seagrave Pumper
1926 Seagrave Pumper
1926 10-600 (1926)
Apparatus Type: Pumper Manufacturer: Seagrave Year: 1926 Serial Number: 43155 Color: Red Chassis/Cab Cab Type: Open Crew Capacity: 2 seated Drivetrain Propulsion: Gasoline Pump & Tank Pump Capacity: 600 GPM Pump Location: Midship Drive Type: Split-shaft Water Capacity: 100 USG Body Equipment Dimensions Construction Disposition In Service Date: 1926 Out of Service Date: 1949
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1993 Seagrave Pumper
From Horses to Horsepower
From Horses to Horsepower
1914 Seagrave Pumper
Left side
Left side
1949 Seagrave Pumper
Mazeppa's 10-1502 on the Scene
Mazeppa's 10-1502 on the Scene
1993 Seagrave Pumper
On the scene at Nyack College's natural gas explosion. (Jun 4th, 2013)
Mazeppa's 10-750
Mazeppa's 10-750
1963 Seagrave Pumper
Hoses, Ladders, Nozzles, and a Pump.
Mazeppa's First Seagrave Apparatus
Mazeppa's First Seagrave Apparatus
1904 Seagrave Chemical Wagon
Mazeppa's Second Apparatus
Mazeppa's Second Apparatus
1883 Silsby Steamer
Built by the Silsby Manufacturing Co. of Seneca Falls, NY. It was the first steam fire engine to see duty in the Nyack Fire Department in December of 1883.
Parade Day Prepped!
Parade Day Prepped!
1993 Seagrave Pumper
Mazeppa's sparkling and shiny engine participated in a Nyack parade.
Preferred Parking
Preferred Parking
1963 Seagrave Pumper
10-750 parked on Main Street in front of the house.
Right side
Right side
1949 Seagrave Pumper
Tailgate riding days...
Tailgate riding days...
1949 Seagrave Pumper
The Ole Grey Mare
The Ole Grey Mare
1963 Seagrave Pumper
On display and sure to win a trophy.
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