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Cincinnati Fire Department - Station 37

310 Lilienthal Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45204

This firehouse is located in Riverside along the Ohio River, west of downtown.  It is the oldest fire station in the city along with Station 49 - they were built in the same year.

- District 2
- Built in 1900







Engine 37 - 1996 E-One (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank / 100 Foam)
Shop# 61675

- Additional Photos
- Video of Engine 37 Responding







Foam 37 - 1995 Chevrolet / Knapheide
Shop# 40901

- This apparatus was previously quartered at Station 17 as Foam 17












Engine 37 - 1992 Sutphen (1250 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 21676

- This apparatus was previously assigned to Engine 12
- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy





Engine 37 - 1985 Sutphen (1250 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 51670

- This apparatus was previously assigned to Engine 12
- Gregg Yeary Photo





Engine 37 - 1975 Seagrave (1000 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 4675

- This apparatus was previously assigned to Engine 5
- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy





Engine 37 - 1938 Ahrens-Fox (750 GPM / 100 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 25137








Engine 37 - 1921 Ahrens-Fox (750 GPM)




















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