They can also view the names, citations and photographs of thousands of other firefighters who have received local awards for heroism or who died in the line of duty prior to 1981 in our computerized database.
To obtain additional information about the Hall of Heroes click Here.
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For more information go the the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes page on this website.
It includes a replica of a lookout cabin, several pieces of apparatus, an exhibit of wildland firefighting aircraft scale models, a wide variety of tools, and exhibits about the smoke jumpers, hotshots, helitack crews, engine crews and Class II crews which make up the Copyright 1999-2018, Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting.
There is a fine display of over 100 insurance fire marks from all over the world.
Among the rarest pieces is an 1897 Champion water tower that was motorized with a Christie tractor, a Waterous gasoline powered pumper, a Brockway chemical car, and a pair of elegant American La France Type 400 Senior fire engines dating from the mid 1930s.
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