Williamstown
Volunteer
Fire
Department

"I can think of no more stirring symbol of man's humanity to man than a fire engine." 
                                                                                                                                                              ~Kurt Vonnegut

Apparatus
ENGINE 51
1992 KME Pumper

1250 GPM rated Hale pump

750 Gal. Tank Capacity
 



        






















ENGINE 52
2003 Pierce Pumper

1250 GPM Waterous Pump

1000 Gal. tank capacity


























TANKER 51
1999 Summit Tanker

2000 Gal. Tank Capacity




























TOWER 51
1973 Mack/Baker AerialScope
75' Platform



























Rescue 51
2013 Ford F550-
Summit Fire Apparatus

350 GPM CET Pump

300 Gal. Tank Capacity























TRUCK 51
2008 Ford F-350 4wd
First Response & Utility


























Air 51
2005 Haulmark Star 70 Trailer
9- 4500psi 444cf Cylinders
Bauer CFSII Fill Station
Haskel Air Booster Pump




















 




The General
This Fire Engine was built in
1935 by the General Fire Truck Co.
for the Williamstown Fire Department.
Although this Engine has had some
modifications over the years, it still
retains much of its original equipment.
Today it is used exclusively for parades,
and has won several awards.
                                                                                                                                                    

In Production