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American LaFrance Tower Gainesville, Florida



DescriptionGainesville City Fire Truck (Parked)

  • Location: Gainesville, FL, USA Date: May 7, 2005

  • Specifications Tower 1, a American LaFrance Rear-Mount Tower vLadder apparatus on a Eagle (custom) Chassi belonging to the Gainesville, Florida Fire Department. The tower ladder also carries water and can serve as an engine (a so-called 'quint').

Date (2005-05-07, according to EXIF data)
SourcePhoto taken with Canon Powershot A95
AuthorAuthor: User:DouglasGreen

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