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John Wagner awarded honor of First Vice President Emeritus on retirement from the Board of Directors. See more on the 'What's New' page.
HARRISBURG FIRE DEPT. T-SHIRTS ON SALE NOW
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KEVIN GILL Elected to the Board 4/2/17
This past week members of the museum participated in the services for the Line of Duty Death of Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Brother Firefighter, Lt. Denny DeVoe. Lt. DeVoe was a respected and loved member of the Department and the Community. Our hearts and prayers are lifted up to his Family, Friends, and Brothers in the Fire Service. Rest easy Brother, you will never be forgotten.
Following the service at 2 PM Friday the tower bell was tole 45 times in his honor.
Al's Toy Barn has been rearranged. Code 3, Corgi, First Gear, Ertel, and many other collectibles. New in boxes, unopened. Available for sale on site. Stop by Saturday, best day for browsing. Don't miss out. Good prices, discounts for multiple items purchased.
Now selling on Ebay. Look for seller......... pnfm10.
Closed Sunday for Easter
The Fire Museum is an "100% All-Volunteer" operated and staffed attraction open on a full-time basis, 6 days a week. We welcome anyone with an interest in history, meeting people, research, exhibit design, art, or simply socializing to join us as a volunteer. If so, please stop in and see us or contact any of those listed on Directors page of the website.
Walk with us through the Museum. Click on either video.
NEW MUSEUM T-SHIRTS COMING IN MAY
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Enter the 1899 Victorian Firehouse, Home of the Reily Hose Co. No. 10 and experience the sights and sounds of Firefighting History. The Pennsylvania National Fire Museum features fire apparatus from Handtubs and Steam Pumpers, hand drawn to horse drawn, to motorized Engines and a 1935 MACK tillered Ladder Truck. An outstanding and varied collection of artifacts are on display.
1820 N. 4th St. Harrisburg.Pa. 17102
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