Established in 1922
Operated a Hose Cart (? - ?)
1929 Ford Model A Engine (1930 - 1946)
The above Ford chassis was equiped with a Prospect apparatus. The equipment consisted of a booster tank and a 180 gpm pump. 2 - 45 gallon chemical tanks, 350 feet of hose, ladders, axes and lanterns. It was one of the most up to date apparatus in the area. It was purchased though the Cruze Motor Company at the cost of $4000.
1941 Mack Engine (1941 - 1967)
1961 Chevrolet/Central Engine (1961 - 1980)
750 gpm, in service with EEFC until 1980.
1967 International/Central (1967 - 1988)
750 gpm, in service with EEFC until it was sold to the Valley Twp FC, Montour Co in 1988.
1974 Dodge Mini Pumper (? - ?)
1980 Ford Darley (1980 - 1995)
1000 gpm pump / 750 tank, cost $69,480 in 1980, was in service with EEFC until 1995.
1968 American LaFrance Engine (1988 - 1993)
The ALF was purchased from the Flourtown FD in 1988. It was a 1968 that had been refurbished with an E-One body in 1980.
1992 Ford Brush Truck (1992 - 2008)
The Ford was in service with EEFC until 2008 when it was sold to the Pottsgrove FC, Northumberland Co.
1992 Mack 4-Guys Tanker (1992 - 2006)
The Mack / 4-Guys tanker had a 1600 tank and was a 1250 gpm, it was in service with EEFC until 2006 when it was sold to the Wilmot FC, Bradford Co.
1995 Pierce Engine (1995 - 2010)
Was sold to the Hunlock's Creek FC, Luzerne Co. http://www.hunlockcreekfire.com/
2006 KME Tanker (2006 - present)
2006 Inflatable Boat (2006 - present)
2008 Ford Brush Truck (2008 - present)
2010 Pierce Engine (2010 - present)
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