Retired Apparatus

147 Rescue (Retired)

1996 Freightliner/New-Lexington Heavy Rescue

Retired October 2017. Sold to the Cle-Elum (WA) Volunteer Fire Department.

 

147 Truck (Retired)

1976 Mack CF/Baker 75' Aerialscope

Originally served Northampton Township (Bucks County, PA) Volunteer Fire Company.

Sold in December 2015 at a private auction. Last known to be in the Oldtown MD area by a private owner.

Photo By: James W. Chabalie

 

 

Support 147 (Retired)

1986 Ford F-350 / Reading utility body

Originally donated to us by Elizabeth Township Sanitary Authority in 2001.

Retired in  Feb. 2010 during "Snowmageddon" in anticipation of the arrival of Attack 147

This vehicle had reached the end of its usability and was scrapped locally.

Photo Credit Patrick Shoop Jr.

 

Squad 147 /  (Originally ALS 7-9)  (Retired)

1986 Ford F450 McCoy Miller Ambulance

Retired 11-2007  Last known to be a contractor's vehicle in Monessen PA.

Photo Credit to original photographer.

 

147 Engine (7-1) (Retired)

1974 Mack R Model

Engine 7-1 was sold late in 2003 and is

now serving Fayette County (PA) Emergency Management - Team 900

Photo believed to have been taken by the late John Schmidt.

 

147 Rescue (Rescue 811)  (Retired)

1980 Mack R Model

After serving at Central, the rescue went to Middletown (PA) in late 1995, then to Maytown-East Donegal (PA).

Last known possible location is a roadside service truck in Maryland.

Photo credit to original photographer.

 

147 Brush (Retired)

1965 International D1300

Little known fact: Brush 7 was also used as Central's 1st rescue truck prior to the purchase of the 1980 Mack.

Parts became hard to find for this vehicle and it was retired in 2002

Last known to be serving a Christmas Tree Farm in Somerset, PA.

Photo credit to original photographer.

 

 ALS 7-9  (Retired)

1980 Ford E350 Type II Ambulance

Vehicle sold in 1986 upon the arrival of the new 1986 modular ambulance.

Photo credit to original photographer.

 

 AIR 7  (Retired)

1970 Dodge Ambulance

Unit converted into an air truck in the 80's.

 Unknown where the vehicle was sold to in the mid 90s after retirement.

Photo credit to original photographer.

 

 

 

 


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