Command Fire Apparatus plans new shop and fire museum in Lancaster, PA

An article today (Monday) by Dan Nephin at LancasterOnline.com outlines plans by Chief Glenn Usdin of Command Fire Apparatus to build a new shop and adjoining fire museum in Lancaster, Pennsylvania;

Usdin thinks there’s enough other people interested in fire trucks and firefighting that he’s planning to open a firefighting museum in the city.

Among the fire trucks he owns and could display are a 1963 Mack ladder truck he drove for 15 years in New York, the last fire pumper Mack built and a fire truck John Wayne bought for Catalina Island in California.

The museum would be family- and children-focused, he said.

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