Engine Company 24 Manhattan

ORG.	 78 Morton St.	FQ Vol.	   (Oct. 11, 1865)
NQTRS. 227 Ave. of Americas W/ L-5 (Nov. 25, 1975)

Engine Company 24's History PDF File

| Read a FDNY Firefighters first hand account of New Yorks deadliest fire, 23rd Street Fire and Collapse October 17th 1966 |

Manhattan 4th Alarm Box 66-44-302 43 Wooster Street between Broom & Grand in So Ho
7 story loft 60x75 under renovation, about 2:00am
Photo by Steve Spak January 23, 2001

Go to Steve's web site fdnyphoto.com

They say the more things change , the more they remain the same.

Wooster Street has seen fire before

Engine Company 24s First Size Crane Neck Self-Propeller, Amoskeag Steamer 1880.

Notice the beer barrel cleverly hidden under the drivers seat.

Photo from the collection of Ed Tuohy ( 78 Morton St. )

M.P.O. Louis F. DeMars of Engine Company 24. Photo donated by his grandson Bruce A. Rogers.

( 78 Morton St. )

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