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Jan 11, 2010

Amherst Street Station

Captain William Atkinson 

 

Engine 1

2001 Pierce Enforcer

1500 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank, 50 gallon foam tank

 

Ladder 1

1995 Pierce Arrow 105' RMA

Forestry 1

1997 F350 4X4 

Donovan body, 150 gpm pump, 250 gallon tank

The Amherst Street station is the oldest operating fire house in the city having originally opened in 1893. The station is located just up from Library Hill and provides protection to the French Hill area, Concord Street, and northern section of Main Street.

Photos Provided by Bob Fitz Jr.


Jan 11, 2010

Fire Alarm Headquarters

Fire Alarm Superintendent Jeremy Audette

Fire Alarm Bucket Truck

Nashua Fire Alarm Headquarters is located at 38 Lake Street. Fire Alarm HQ served as the home of Engine 2 and Ladder 2 from 1900-1998 before the new station 2 opened at 177 Lake Street. After major renovations the building reopened as Fire Alarm HQ in 1999. Fire Alarm is staffed by 2 dispatchers 24 hours a day. The division is headed a Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent.


Jan 11, 2010

Lake Street Community Fire Station

Captain Steve Buxton

Engine 2

Ladder 2

2005 pierce Arrow XT

105' RMA

 

Special Hazards 1

2000 International Cab and Chassis

1981 Hackney Haz/Mat Body

Special Hazards 2

2003 International Cab and Chassis

ACSI Command Body

Dive Team Unit

1990 Chevy/Supreme Van

Station 2 located at 177 Lake Street is the home of Engine 2 and Ladder 2. The station opened in 1998 and replaced the fire house located at Lake and Chestnut Streets. These companies serve the downtown area known as the tree-streets and the southern parts of Main Street. Station 2 is also home to the Souhegan Mutual Aid Response Team (S.M.A.R.T) which provides Hazardous Materials protection to several neighboring communities. The Nashua Dive Team apparatus and boats are stationed at Lake Street as well. Station 2 has been on of the busiest companies for several years. Station 2 is also the home of the Safety/Training Division and the Nashua Fire Marshal's Office.


 




 

Page Last Updated: Dec 29, 2007 (12:31:16)

Jan 11, 2010

Spit Brook Road Station

Captain Scott Carrigan

Engine Company 3

2009 Pierce Arrow XT

1250 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank

 Tower Company 1

1998 Pierce Lance 100' Tower

1500 gpm pump, 300 gallon water tank, 50 gallon foam tank

Photos Provided by Bob Fitz Jr


Jan 11, 2010

East Hollis Street Station 

Captain Robert Barrows

 

2004 Peirce Arrow XT 

1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, 50 gallon foam tank

Deputy Chief's Vehicle 

 

1947 Mack L Model

1000 gpm pump, 200 gallon tank

Ladder 3 (Spare)

1990 Peirce Arrow 100' with a 1250 pump and 300 gallon tank

The spare aerial is housed in the lower bays off Commericial Street

The East Hollis station was dedicated and officially opened in a ceremony on September 11, 2006. The station replaced the Arlington Street fire house after it served the city for 81 years. The new station is the home of Engine 4 and the Deputy Chiefs, who serve as shift commanders. The department administration offices are also located at East Hollis Street. The oldest piece of apparatus on the city roster, a 1947 Mack fire truck is stationed here. This station houses the departments spare apparatus in the lower bays off located off Commerical Street.

Photos Provided by Bob Fitz Jr


Jan 11, 2010

Pine Hill Road Station

Captain Thomas Finnerty

 

 Engine 5

 

Crash Fire Rescue 1

 2009 F550/C.E.T. 

500 foam tank with not on-board pump

 

 

Engine 8 (Spare)

Former Engine 3

1995 Pierce Arrow 

1250 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank, 50 gallon foam tank

Station 5 protects the northwest section of the city. The station is located just outside the Nashua Airport on Pine Hill Road. Nashua Fire Rescue provides all emergency services for the airport. The CFR truck was purchased in cooperation with the Souhegan Mutual Aid Association. The NFR Safety Fun House is also stationed at Pine Hill Road Station. The Airport Station was opened in 1961 and is the third busiest station in the city.

Photos by Robert Fitz Jr.


Jan 11, 2010

Conant Road Fire Station

Captain James Kirk

Conant Road and Main Dunstable Road

 Engine Company 6

2008 Pierce Arrow XT

1250 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank, 50 gallon foam tank

The 2008 Engine 6 and the 1993 Engine 6

  

Air Support Unit 

1999 International with 1989 Ranger body with cascade system

The ASU was built by NFR Mechanical division in 2004

The Conant Road Fire Station opened in 1971 to serve the western side of Nashua. Fire Administration was houses at Station Six until 1997 at which time, it moved to Lake Street. Conant Road is also the home of the Mechanical Division. The Mechanical Division is housed in the two left bays of the building. This division is staffed by a three full-time union members including a fleet Superentendent, Assistant Superentendent, and Fleet Mechanic. The Air Support Unit and a spare engine are stationed at Conant Road as well. The Conant Road Station has recently finished undergoing a major renovation project that included addition of a new office, PPE room, SCBA repair area, new physical fitness area, addition of a female restroom, roof repair, climate control, and new fixtures in the kitchen area. 

Photos Provided by Bob Fitz Jr




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