The Firefighters of Toronto, The Canadian Magazine, Vol. 20, no. 1 (Nov. 1902)

Horse-drawn fire wagon with water tank, Bloor Street West. – 1912\
Fire Hall # 12 Bolton Avenue
Three of the many firefighters killed in the line of duty, The History of the Toronto Fire Department, 1924
Horse-drawn fire reel, Bloor Street at Queen’s Park Crescent. – [1912?]
Horse-drawn fire wagon with hose and water tank. – [1910?]
Three of the many firefighters killed in the line of duty, The History of the Toronto Fire Department, 1924
Three of the many firefighters killed in the line of duty, The History of the Toronto Fire Department, 1924
Horse-drawn fire reel, Avenue Road. – [1908?]
Horse-drawn fire wagon on Avenue Road. – [ca. 1908]
Horse-drawn fire wagon with ladder. – [ca. 1907] Item consists of one photograph, possibly showing North Toronto Fire Department on Montgomery Avenue. *** Local Caption *** Item consists of one photograph, possibly showing North Toronto Fire Department on Montgomery Avenue.
HORSE-DRAWN LADDER WAGON courtesy of Chuckman’s Other Collection

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