Glassboro Fire Department
Station 26-1

Engines

  

 

2611 is a 2007 Elite 750 Gal/1250 GPM single stage rescue engine. It serves as our first out engine. With a 4 man cab, it is designed to be compact, with a short wheel base, for better accessibility.

  

 

2613 is a 2001 850 Gal/1250 GPM Smeal pumper.  It has a 6 man cab and serves as our second out rescue engine.

 

  

2614 is a 1991 KME 500 Gal/1500 GPM single stage pumper. It is our third out engine.

  

Ladder

 

This 2010 Smeal 100 ft. Platform Ladder is the newest addition to the fleet. Donated by Sora Holdings LLC, the truck is also equipped with a 300 gallon tank and 2000 GPM pump. It replaced our 1984 Hendrickson/Thibault in early 2011.

 

 

Additional Apparatus

 

  

This 1945 Seagraves, originally in service from 1945 through 1967, was refurbished and donated back to the Glassboro Fire Dept. and can be seen during the many parades occurring throughout the year.