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The Los Angeles County Fire Museum recently moved right around the corner from their old warehouse facility to a brand new Museum facility in July of 2018. This place is more spacious allowing for more organized displays. Apparatus from the show "Emergency!" are the show...More
What a fantastic Museum.......showcased Squad 51 and Engine 51 and TV show “Emergency” actors on big Opening Day. Great street vendors, demonstrations of Jaws of Life, antique engines, Bagpipe and Drum Corps, etc. All folks and kids interested in the fire service or the show...More
If you like old fire engines, especially the ones from the television show emergency, you have to stop by and check out this little gem in Bellflower. Who would of thought? The new museum will be opening on July 14, 2018, which means I have...More
Lucky to get a private tour of the museum. The museum is open to the public the first Saturday of the month. Many items to see including the famous squad and engines from the TV show Emergency! Lots of fun and lots of history.
If your a fan of the tv show Emergency!, this is your place! The squad and both engines are here and in excellent shape. There are many other engines as well, including several steam fire engines. The restoration skills are incredible! And let's not forget...More
Gil gave us a private tour, much appreciated. A must see, the story about 911 is a wow moment. Not just about the tv series "Emergency" but about the history of the LA fire department and their history
The museum is open the first Saturday of the month.
It is free to enter and is quite literally a large garage housing a small part of the county's collection of fire engines. Nothing more, nothing less. There is no cafe, just a small counter...More
This place is AMAZING when it comes to the apparatus displays from the Los Angeles County Fire Department's history. The best part for me was the actual vehicles from EMERGENCY! To see the actual Squad 51 and the original Ward LaFrance 51 was so amazing....More
This place takes me back to the good ol times when tv was great and now you can walk us close to the cars and trucks for a pic. It's really nice to see that someone has taken there time to let you see the...More