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    Default Engine 82 FDNY

    Anybody here know what happened to the actual engine is it still in existance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by usselliot76 View Post
    Anybody here know what happened to the actual engine is it still in existance?



    Just which one are you talking about?

    The Mack, The Ward Firebrand, Seagrave???

    The 82's have had several over the years.
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    Engine Company 82 has not gone anywhere. They are located at 1213 Intervale Avenue (at 169 St.) in the Borough of The Bronx.

    Here is a photo of the firehouse, and two pics of their 1997-vintage Seagrave pumper when it was assigned to them.

    Engine Company 82 and Ladder 31, while still busy by most Department's standards, have slowed WAY down from the "war years." I believe both companies now average 2000 runs per year.
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    Is that the same house as in the 60's? In addition to E82 and L31, weren't they running E85, a TCU ladder co., and a chief out of the same quarters then? I may need to dig up the book again.

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    yes it is the same building

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnyv View Post
    Is that the same house as in the 60's? In addition to E82 and L31, weren't they running E85, a TCU ladder co., and a chief out of the same quarters then? I may need to dig up the book again.
    The house is very deep, and only E82, E85, L31 & the chief ran out of here. The TCU (712) was quartered in another firehouse, and only ran from E82's quarters from 3pm to 1am (IIRC)
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