Dedication day at the new station. When opened this house had Engine, Medic, and ALS 35 assigned. Since then Truck 21 has been reassigned as Truck 35.
Photo Steve Hagy

Dignitaries line up with the big scissors for the dedication of Engine 35's new home.
Photo Steve Hagy

Local 48 President Matt Alter addresses the people on-hand for the dedication of the new firehouse
for Engine 35. The ceremony took place on October 23, 2013.
Photo Steve Hagy

Work has begun on the new station for Engine 35 on Harrison Avenue. This photo shows the location on August 12, 2012, just a couple of weeks after the ground breaking.
Photo Steve Hagy

2009 Spartan/General Safety 1500 GPM - 500 Tank Shop #91670
Photo Steve Hagy

Members of Engine 35 - Unit 3 in September of 2008. From the left: FAO Tony White; Firefighter Jason Davis; Lieutenant Jim Holdren; and Firefighter Joshua Hanauer.
Photo Steve Hagy

2006 Sutphen 1500 GPM - 500 Tank Shop #61687
Photo Steve Hagy

2003 Emergency One 1500 GPM - 500 Tank - 30A/30B Foam Shop #31687
Photo Steve Hagy

1994 Emergency One 1500 GPM - 500 Tank Shop #41673
Photo Steve Hagy

Engine 35 1982 Ford-Grumman 750 GPM - 300 Tank Shop #21671
Chief Wells had originally planned on purchasing 4 midi-pumpers for the companies with the Ford/Grumman engines.
The midi's would have had 2-person cabs with 2 firefighters riding tailboard.
As additional items were added to the inventory of the midi's and seating was provided for all firefighters the
concept was completed with full sized engines on a commercial truck chassis.
Photo Steve Hagy

Engine 35 1982 Ford-Grumman 750 GPM -300 Tank Shop #21671
Notice the unusually large lettering for the "35".
Photo Steve Hagy

The old-style folding doors make for a different appearance to the station when compared to the late 1970's. One of the benches has survived!
Photo Steve Hagy

1963 Seagrave 1000 GPM - 150 Tank Shop #4610
The 35's are working at a 1 alarm fire on Harrison Avenue during the summer of 1983.
Photo Steve Hagy

Members of Engine 35 around 1950. From the left; Lieutenant Eugene Ritter, Firefighter Tom Slaystein, Firefighter Art Robinson, and Firefighter Harry Kugler.
Photo Courtesy of Michael Wilger

1941 Autocar-U. S. Fire Apparatus 750 GPM - 100 Tank Shop #25161
The U. S. Fire Apparatus Company was located in Wilmington, Delaware. The fire apparatus this firm constructed was sold in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. This pumper, which was originally assigned to Engine 14, appears to be the only delivery that was made to a department "out West"! Notice the overhead ladder rack that was installed to allow for the 35' extension ladder that was carried.
Photo Ed Effron

1941 Autocar-U. S. Fire Apparatus 750 GPM 100 Tank Shop #25161
Photo Steve Hagy Collection

This photo was taken around 1930 and shows the firefighters of the 35's lined up with their 1918 Ahrens-Fox.
Photo City of Cincinnati

1918 Ahrens-Fox 750 GPM Shop #25135.
Damaged on a run out of city to Ebeneezer and Werk Rds. In service March 29, 1918.
Photo Jim Murray Collection