Crowns in Action
This page is intended to display photos of Crown fire apparatus serving the purpose for which they
were built.  I will provide the F numbers of the rigs pictured as well as any incident information if
available.  For specific information on the apparatus pictured, you will need to see the page for the rig.
F1788 from Apple Valley, CA on scene
at a brush fire.
F1834 from Huntington Beach at a
brush fire as part of a multi-agency strike
team from Orange County, CA.
F1834 from Huntington Beach at a
brush fire as part of a multi-agency strike
team from Orange County, CA.
F1570 from the Los Angeles
City Fire Department leaves
quarters at a high rate of
speed during the evening
hours of June 1990.
F1483 from the Chelan Co. Fire
Dist. ready to go to work at the
Livermoor-Pleasanton Fire Dept.
Training Center in October 2001.
F1483 from the Chelan Co. Fire
Dist. using her TeleSqurt at the
Livermoor-Pleasanton Fire Dept.
Training Center in May 2002.
F1483 from the Chelan Co. Fire
Dist. ready to go to work at the
Livermoor-Pleasanton Fire Dept.
Training Center in May 2002.
F1660 from South Gate in action as part of a multi-agency response to a blaze at a foam rubber plant in November of 1976.
A paper bale fire in Vernon brought in many resources from the city including Engine 22 (F1107) and one of their
Hi-Rangers operating in the background.
The fire at the Indian Valley Lumber
Company in 1977 saw much use of
Carmichael's 1963 Snorkel, F1317.
Los Angeles County Engines 42 (F1297) from Rosemead and 47 (F1055) from Temple City are at work at in industrial waste fire in Rosemead
in this undated photo.