Contributed by Hose 5 Fire Museum
While the 1930 McCann was not Bangor's first motorized fire engine it does have the distinction of never having left the City of Bangor.
Built in Portland for $10,900 the 1,000-gallon-per minute pump Engine 1 gained some fame in 1962 when it was pressed into service to supply water for 96 1/2 hours to the City of Bangor when a water main from Brewer to Bangor broke.
About This Item
- Title: 1930 McCann Fire Engine, Bangor, 1930
- Creation Date: 1930
- Subject Date: 1930
- Town: Bangor
- County: Penobscot
- State: ME
- Media: Fire Truck
- Object Type: Physical Object
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Bangor Fire Department (Bangor, Me.)--Equipment and supplies
- Fire engines & equipment--Maine--Bangor
For more information about this item, contact:Hose 5 Fire Museum
247 State Street, Bangor, ME 04401
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