The L.A. City Fireboat #2, Ralph J. Scott is Code 3 Collectibles' 2nd release
in the Fireboat Series. This legendary vessel was named a Los Angeles City
Historical-Cultural Monument in 1976. Recently retired, after 79 years of
service, the historical fireboat is replicated in meticulous detail by Code 3
Collectibles' talented artisans.
Intricate Details Bring this Replica to Life
This limited edition hand cast model features an open metal-work monitor tower.
You can display your fireboat in 1 of 2 ways...On brass-tone stands to showcase
its full hull or in the dramatic water line base encased in wood. Model measures
9.25" in length.
Historical Timeline of LA City Fireboat 2, Ralph J. Scott
1925 - In October, Mrs. Ralph J Scott christened the vessel LA City No. 2
braking a bottle of fire fighting foam on the bow.
1925 - In December, Fireboat 2 was commissioned. Measuring just under 100
feet long (actual 99' 10 3/4"), with a 19 foot beam and a 6 foot draft ; it was
one of the first triple-screw, wrot steel, gasoline powered fireboats in the
1965 - Fireboat 2 is renamed Ralph J. Scott, in honor of the progressive
chief engineer, accredited for the development of the vessel.
1969 - She is recommissioned after and extensive refurbishing, producing
a vessel described as ''the most modern and practical fire fighting boat
1975 - Fireboat 2 celebrates 50 its 50th Anniversary
1976 - The boat is named a Los Angeles City Historical-Cultural Monument
1989 - Fireboat 2 is named National Historical Landmark by the National
Park System Advisory Board
2003 - After 79 years of service, the Ralph J. Scott is retired from
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