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1921 Seagrave
1923 Stutz Ladder
1924 REO
1930 Seagrave
1937 Seagrave

 

 

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35 fire engines & thousands of artifacts...

South Gate Storage Facility

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South Gate Facility From the Entrance

The catacombs

The Catacombs - The FARRRRR back room

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The Catacombs


We call the back room "The Catacombs". There are pieces of apparatus, parts, artifacts, and a few real gems. These apparatus are low down on the restoration list. Too many toys... not enough time or money.

 

 


1921

1921 Seagrave

 

Seagrave - City of Los Angeles
Read more on the 1921 Seagrave >>>

 

 

 

1923

1923 Stutz Ladder Wagon

 

Stutz City Service Ladder Truck
Read more on the 1923 Stutz Ladder Truck >>>

 

 

1924

1924 REO

 

REO Obenchain-Boyer
Read more on the 1924 REO Obenchain-Boyer >>>

 

 


1930

1930 Seagrave

 

Seagrave Fire Engine
Read more about the Seagrave >>>

 

 


1937

1937 Seagrave


1937 Seagrave
What is the connection to E51? >>>

     

 

If our new building was already built...

The County of Los Angeles Fire Museum currently operates three separate facilities; our showroom in Bellflower, storage facility in Southgate and a small showroom at the LACOFD East LA Training Center.

Bellflower is our newest facility and serves as showroom, event center and restoration shop.

Southgate has been our home since January 1995 and is our first large warehouse that gave us the ability to grow at a critical time in our evolution. Restorations were performed there, and still are on a limited basis. We currently store 35 fire engines there which span the years from 1915 to 1981 and a large collection of small artifacts and photos.

Our small building at our Department’s training center is only 550 square feet and is currently undergoing renovation. It houses one antique fire engine and numerous artifacts pertaining to the history of the LACOFD. This was the first home for or organization and is where it all started. This building will be open during LACOFD functions and special appointment only.

A pile of artifacts, parts, and a steam fire engine at South Gate

Pile of artifacts, parts, and an apparatus at South Gate. We could work much faster with your dontation...


OLD STATION 30

The Los Angeles County Fire Museum has one 1941 Ford fire engine on display at the City of Artesia's Old Fire Station 30.
Read more about the Old Station 30 and our fire engine here. >>>