OUT OF SERVICES UNITS
Engine 33 (Out of Service September 2020)
Engine 33 was the only 4X4 truck in the fleet, primarily used as a brush truck, had been pulled into service for water supply outside the hydrant district. Engine 33 had seating for 5 Firefighters including driver/operator with 3 on its open rear cab area.
Engine 31 (Out of Service September 2017)
27 Years of Service
Engine 31 was the power plant of the fleet. This truck is 1st due to all calls but MVA's and then it’s 2nd due. Engine 31 has seating for 4 Firefighter including the driver/operator. This 1990 E-One carries 1000gal with a 1500gpm top mounted Hall QMax pump. On board it carried extra SCBA's, Gas Detectors, thermal imaging camera, RIT Pack, GPS, Positive and Negative Pressure Fan's, and 1250ft of 5" hose.
Tower 1, 1978 Sutphen 85 Foot Tower (Out of Service 3/15/2003) Burned in 2003 Fire House Fire.
Purchased from the Westmere NY Fire Department
Squad 34 (Out Of Service 1/3/2013)
Squad 34 formally know as Support and before that was a Lyndon State College Van, donated to the Fire Dept in 2004 by LSC. Squad 34 was mainly for traffic control and bringing in more firefighter to the scene. During Wildfire Season it is loaded with pack pumps and hand tools.
Squad 34 had 9 years of service with LFD
From the Left, 1938 Peter Pirsch 65' Ladder,
1957 Chevy Tanker 750 gal, 1949 American Lafrance Engine,
And the last unit is unknown
1938 Peter Pirsch 65' Foot Arial - Refurbished by private owner in 2018
Left is FF Jack Lynch's Funeral - Right is 2018 Stars & Stripes Parade
Lyndonville Fire Department In 1973
Outside the former Fire House with
Engine 2 (Out of Service 6/2005)
32 year of Service