Code 3 Pumper - FDNY Series #2 (12300)

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Code 3 Pumper - FDNY Series #2  (12300)
Code 3 Pumper - FDNY Series #2 (12300)
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Code 3 Pumper - FDNY Series #2  (12300)
Code 3 Pumper - FDNY Series #2 (12300)

This Pumper comes in Numbers 9,42,45,58, and 279.

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Scale: 1/64
Release: April 1998
Edition Quantity: 5,000 (each)

Engine 9 - Engine 9 was organized on September 29th, 1865, in the Chinatown section of Manhattan. They were a single engine company until a new firehouse at 75 Canal Street was built in 1969. Engine 9 was combined with Ladder 6 and later on Satellite 1. These companies are known as The Chinatown Express. Today, Engine 9 and Satellite 1 respond on multiple alarm fires throughout the city. They are part of the Maxi Water System (x Super Pumper System). They operate a 1994 Seagrave Pumper with a 2000 per minute pumping capacity, along with a 500 gallon water tank. There are four officers (one Captain and four Lieutenants) who supervise twenty five firefighters that are assigned to Engine 9 and Satellite 1.

Engine 58 - Engine 58 was organized on June 1st, 1893 in the Harlem section of Manhattan. They were a single engine company until November 8th, 1948, when they were moved into the quarters of Ladder 26. This union formed The Fire Factory. This year marks fifty years that the two companies have been together. Today, Engine 58 operates a 1993 Seagrave Pumper with a 1000 gallon per minute pumping capacity, along with a 500 gallon water tank. There are four officers (one Captain and four Lieutenants) who supervise twenty five firefighters that are assigned to Engine 58. The Fire Factory is located at 1367 Fifth Avenue and is still today one of the busiest firehouses in New York City.

Engine 42 - Engine 42 was organized on January 1st, 1874 as Chemical Engine Company #2. Then on April 23rd, 1879 this company was reorganized as Engine 42. Their quarters are located at 1781 Monroe Avenue in the Mount Hope section of the Bronx. Engine 42 is currently sharing their two bay firehouse with Ladder 44 temporarily while their firehouse is being worked on. They operate a 1993 Seagrave Pumper, with a 1000 gallon per minute pumping capacity, along with a 500 gallon water tank. There are four officers (one Captain and four Lieutenants) who supervise twenty five firefighters that are assigned to Engine 42. Over the past few years Engine 42 has been one of the top five busiest engine companies in New York City.

Engine 45 - Engine 45 was organized on January 1st, 1874 as Chemical Engine Company #3. Then on April 23rd, 1879 this company was reorganized as Engine 45. Their quarters are located at 925 East Tremont Avenue in the West Farms section of the Bronx. Engine 45 is housed by themselves, however on May 15th, 1974 a new firehouse was opened next door to accommodate Ladder 58 and Battalion 18. Engine 45, known as The Eagles, operates a 1993 Seagrave Pumper, with a 1000 gallon per minute pumping capacity, along with a 500 gallon water tank. There are four officers (one Captain and four Lieutenants) who supervise twenty five firefighters that are assigned to Engine 45.

Engine 277 - Engine 277 was organized on March 20th, 1913 at 582 Knickerbocker Avenue in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. This one bay firehouse also houses Ladder 112. It's a tight fit but both companies manage. Known as the Wood City Workers, Engine 277 operates a 1993 Seagrave Pumper, with a 1000 gallon per minute pumping capacity, along with a 500 gallon water tank. There are four officers (one Captain and four Lieutenants) who supervise twenty five firefighters that are assigned to Engine 277.
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