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Cincinnati Fire Department - Station 34

301 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220

This historic station is located in the heart of the Gaslight District in Clifton, an area known for an eclectic variety of shops and restaurants.

- District 1
- Built in 1906







Engine 34 - 2009 Spartan / Rosenbauer (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 81673

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ALS 34 - 2007 Ford Expedition (EMS Field Supervisor)
Shop# 70691

- This unit was relocated to Station 34 in 2011 - it was previously quartered at Station 2 as Rescue 2
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Engine 34 - 1994 E-One (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 41674

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Engine 34 - 1982 Seagrave (1250 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 4681

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy







Engine 34 - 1966 Seagrave (1000 GPM / 160 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 4653

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy








Engine 34 - 1949 Ahrens-Fox (1000 GPM / 100 Gallon Tank)








Engine 34 - 1920 Ahrens-Fox (750 GPM)
Shop# 25105




















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News / Updates:

04/11 - As a part of the EMS reorganization, Rescue 2 was relocated here from Station 2 and it is now running as ALS 34.

08/09 - Engine 34 replaced their 1994 E-One with a new pumper truck from Rosenbauer.
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