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2ndTruck DykeStHoseCo pumper

A.W.Corwin at the wheel of the second truck, a hi-pressure pumper acquired by the Dyke Street Company. From Pennysaver "Remember When"; Submitted by Bob Lehman

Always Ready first stream

"Always Ready" - Horse-drawn hose of Dyke Street Hose Company, which originally belonged to Duke Hose Company. From Pennysaver "Remember When"; Submitted by Bob Lehman

At Fire Start 4 1 1954

April 1, 1954 Early on, at the start of the fire. Photos loaned by long-time friend, Howard Palmer formerly of Allentown and California resident over 30 years.

CityHallBurns

"City Hall" burns! The Brown & Stout building withstood the fire as did the old Loblaws building. Photo by Howard Palmer

FirstTruckofDykeStHoseCo

First fire truck owned by Dyke Street Hose Company. From Pennysaver "Remember When"; Submitted by Bob Lehman

FirstTruckofDykeStHoseCo2

First fire truck owned by Dyke Street Hose Company. L-R: W. Davis, unknown, Ives, C. J. Fusch, A. Corwin, & Unknown. From Pennysaver "Remember When"; Submitted by Bob Lehman

Height of the Fire 4 1 1954

"Height of the Fire" April 1, 1954 Photo by Howard Palmer Fire 50 years ago paves way for today's "GATEWAY"

Parade Wellsville NY July 10 1952

Parade on Main Street, Wellsville; July 10, 1952, 2 years before the City Hall burned. Thanks to Sharing by Marlea Ramsey

WlsvCityHallFire2

"Remember when the City Hall and Fire Headquarters stood on the site which is now the intersection of West Madison and North Main Streets? This picture was taken at the height of t...(more)

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