Thursday, November 17th, 2022
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We have just received confirmation from the big guy up north, SANTA will be stopping by the City of Woodbury on his firehouse sled with his favorite firefighters on the week of December 12. Stay tuned...
Saturday, October 22nd, 2022
The Friendship Fire Company #1 announces with deep regret the passing of Past Secretary James Welch. James joined the Friendship Fire Company #1 August 28,1975 and held line number 485. Growing up in ...
Thursday, September 29th, 2022
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Wednesday September 28th, 2022; Mayor Peg Sickel and the Woodbury City Council in front family, friends, and fellow firefighters presented James Neal a Proclamation for his 72 years of Service to the ...
Apparatus
Hand Pumper
Hand Pumper
1799 The Philip Mason hand pumper was delivered
July 8, 1799 The Philip Mason hand pumper was delivered This is currently stored in our Museam at 29 Delaware Street
1st. Ladder
1st. Ladder
1898 Horse Drawn Ladder
1st. Friendship Fire Company ladder shown in Photo in from of 1846 Fire house which was located on Copper Street & Henrys Court behind court house on Broad & Cooper Street.
Horse Drawn Steamer
Horse Drawn Steamer
1911 Ahrens-Fox Continental Steamer 3rd Class
Continental model facts: This engine was a "3rd size" engine and rated at 600 gpm and weighs in at 6800 pounds. The steamer cost $5,150. Height is 9' 3" and over all length is 12' 11" (23' 4" with pole). The track between the wheels is 56 1/2". The pump is multiple-cylinder (2), double-acting, piston, positive displacement pump. The pump cylinders on our steamer are 4 3/8" x 8". The driving steam pistons are 7 1/4" x 8". Fuel was coal for the boiler and the boiler has hooked-up to a boiler in the firehouse to keep the water warm to achieve steam faster during a fire response. This is currently stored in our Museam at 29 Delaware Street
1st. Motorized Engine
1st. Motorized Engine
1916 Ahrens-Fox Model K-3 Serial # 622
Ahrens-Fox Model K-3 facts: The K-3 was a 3-in-1 engine; pumper, hose car, and had a chemical tank. The pump was 700 gpm, positive displacement piston pump. The engine carried 1250-ft. of 2?? hose and a 40-gallon chemical tank with a top speed of 30 mph. In May of 2021 it was moved from its location at Goodwill Fire Company to the Woodbury Heights Fire Department where is was stored for several months until it was donated to the Salty Dog Museum in Shandon Ohio. Plans to refurbish the piece are in place and the members are in contact with the museum.
Motorized Ladder
Motorized Ladder
1925 1st. Motorized Ladder
Retrofitted & Updated Ladder
Retrofitted & Updated Ladder
1925 Motorized Ladder with Windshield
Dash & Windsheild Added to Protect drive from stones and dust.
Ambulance
Ambulance
1940 1st. Fire Company Ambulance
Pumper
Pumper
1941 Mack 750-GPM Pumper
75 ' ft. Ladder
75 ' ft. Ladder
1948 American La France Quint Ladder/Truck
In Service from 1948 until 1969 replaced with Seagrave Aerial. The Bell on the front left bumper on passenger side of cab has been placed on every ladder truck since this ladder before going into service. This Bell is presently on the 2003 Quint the bell is presently.
Ambulance
Ambulance
1951 1951 Packard
Attack Pumper
Attack Pumper
1955 Ford 500 GPM
The Ford Attack Pumper was the 1st. Engine out from 1955 until June 1980. This Engine was instrumental in many large fires in the City of Woodbury for three decades. Some of the Major Fires: Belber Trunk, The Ability Center, The Moose Lodge, St. Pats School, The Gloucester County Bank, Beneficial Building, The Cotton Building, The Shoe Box, Many Apartment & Dwelling Fires. This was the longest and most Reliable Engine placed in Service at Friendship Fire Co.
Pumper
Pumper
1962 1962 Seagraves
Bob Warfield on Rear tail Board member of Goodwill Fire #2 in Woodbury at time of this photo. In service until 1980 Replaced by 1000 GMP Pierce Still in Service Today 2011.
Ladder
Ladder
1969 100' ft. Seagrave Aerial
Replaced 1948 LA France
Ladder Platform
Ladder Platform
1975 LTI 85 ft. Imperial aerial Ladder
Ladder as shown in photo is after it was refurbished in 1989 w/ changes to the bucket and the jump seat where in closed to meet the Newer NFPA Std.'s of that time.
LIT 85 ft Ladder Plateform
LIT 85 ft Ladder Plateform
1975 Imperial
4' Ladder Pipe, SCBA hook ups for two FF in bucket, tools in bucket Axes, rope, Rf. ladder, 25' hand line, hand lights, Elc. Outlets, flood & spot lights, pike pole, nozzle fittings. State of the Art equipment for it times. This ladder fought Fires in many different towns and County from Residential to Commercial and Industrial fires. Housed Aug. 5, 1975.
Pumper Custom
Pumper Custom
1980 1000 GMP Peirce Custom
Retired Eng. 512
Retired Eng. 512
1980 1000 GMP Peirce
In June of 2021 this unit was sold to a private collector in Washington Township, NJ, via private auction.
Retired 517 and Marine Unit
Retired 517 and Marine Unit
1993 16 ft. Marine Unit
The pickup was given to public works, and the marine unit was sold at private auction, the kayaks are still in service today with the Woodbury Fire Department
Retired Marine 5
Retired Marine 5
1993 16 ft.
In June of 2021 this unit was sold at private auction to a private person for personal use.
Retired Engine 511
Retired Engine 511
1996 Lervern 1250 GPM Pumper
No Longer in service by the W.F.D, Truck was sold to Burville CN.
Quint 516 (2nd Out)
Quint 516 (2nd Out)
2003 75 ft. E-one Quint ladder
Command Car 500
Command Car 500
2005 2005 Dodge/Ford
Command Center for IC
Retired 515
Retired 515
2012 F-350 4X4
In June of 2021 this unit was given to the public works department.
511
511
2014
513
513
2014 1500 GPM
517 Special Ops
517 Special Ops
2014 F-350
WFD-51 Newest Vehicle for Special Operations 517 F-350 replaced the 1993 F-150. This vehicle one of the departments most versatile and will respond to Water & Ice Rescues and will pull the Department Rescue Boat and Transport 3-Kayaks, this will also be used in server storm conditions (Floods, Snow included with a snow plow). This unit and TRT-Trailer is also part of the Glo. Co. TRT respond Team one of 5 in Glo. Co. Delivered March 13, 2014
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