Here you will find apparatus that used to serve the Cambridge area!
This 1994 Peterbilt Custom Fire was Engine 1 from 1994 to 2019. It was our front line engine up until 2010, after which it was our second due and mutual aid truck. It is now locally owned by a member of the Cambridge community.
This 1992 Chevrolet/Marion was in service from 1992 to 2022. This was our first purpose built "equipment truck" or squad/heavy rescue.
This 1978 Pierce served as Engine 2 up until 2010, and was our front line engine until 1994, when Engine 1 was replaced. When new, it was a nice lime green, as was a trend. It was repainted red to match the rest of the trucks sometime after the new Engine 1 arrived. One of our honorary firefighters owns this truck.
This 1960's IH Metro Step van served as the rescue truck/equipment van/Squad 5 until it was replaced in 1992. This is the first truck designated for equipment/rescue that the CFD had. It was previously owned by another department.
This 1950 American LaFrance served as Engine 1 until 1994, when it was sold. It served as front line engine until 1978, when the old Engine 2 was purchased. This truck is now owned by an honorary member of the department.
1990 Chevrolet Brush Truck - Brush 8, old designation 288. This truck served as our Brush 8 from 1991 to 2012.
1970 GMC - Brush 9, old designation 289. This 1970 GMC served as Brush 9 up until the early 2000s, when it was raffled off to make room for the n
1986 Chevrolet Tanker - Tanker 6, old designation 286 This unit served from 1986 until 2000.
Late 60s/Early 70s Chevrolet - Tanker/Tender 7, old designation 287. This truck served as Tanker/Tender 7 up until 2010.
1955 or 1957 IH Tanker. This 1000 gallon tanker was in service for a number of years.
This antique fire engine is still owned by the department today.
This photo, from 1924, is the only known photo of this truck. No other details are known about it. If you have details, please contact us!