The Fire Departments ClipArt gallery provides 17 illustrations of firehouses and firefighting vehicles and equipment.

A steel bucket filled with sand which is used to put out fires. Typically, fire buckets are painted bright red and have the word 'Fire' stencilled on them in white lettering. They are placed in prominent positions in rooms or corridors.

Fire Bucket

A steel bucket filled with sand which is used to put out fires. Typically, fire buckets are painted…

An illustration of a horse drawn fire carriage.

Fire Carriage

An illustration of a horse drawn fire carriage.

A six cylinder fire engine with Gwynne centrifugal pump by Dennis Brothers Ltd. The engine have a retractable ladder, a bell in the front passenger, and hoses to connect to the pump. The pump is constructed with a turning circular disc inside to force the water flow out of the source.

Dennis Six Cylinder Fire Engine with Centrifugal Pump

A six cylinder fire engine with Gwynne centrifugal pump by Dennis Brothers Ltd. The engine have a retractable…

A Halley six cylinder fire engine with centrifugal pump. The fire engine pumps water from the tank in the back to put fire out with the junction hose (located on the side of the vehicle).

Six Cylinder Halley Fire Engine with centrifugal pump

A Halley six cylinder fire engine with centrifugal pump. The fire engine pumps water from the tank in…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist. The Emergency Vehicle sign with the EMERGENCY SIGNAL AHEAD supplemental plaque shall be placed in advance of all emergency-vehicle traffic control signals.

Fire Station, Black and White

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist. The Emergency Vehicle sign with the EMERGENCY SIGNAL AHEAD supplemental plaque shall be placed in advance of all emergency-vehicle traffic control signals.

Fire Station, Color

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist. The Emergency Vehicle sign with the EMERGENCY SIGNAL AHEAD supplemental plaque shall be placed in advance of all emergency-vehicle traffic control signals.

Fire Station, Outline

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the roadway by trucks, bicyclists, farm vehicles, emergency vehicles, golf carts, horse-drawn vehicles, or other vehicles might occur. These locations might be relatively confined or might occur randomly over a segment of roadway. Vehicular Traffic signs should be used only at locations where the road user's sight distance is restricted, or the condition, activity, or entering traffic would be unexpected. If the condition or activity is seasonal or temporary, the Vehicular Traffic sign should be removed or covered when the condition or activity does not exist. The Emergency Vehicle sign with the EMERGENCY SIGNAL AHEAD supplemental plaque shall be placed in advance of all emergency-vehicle traffic control signals.

Fire Station, Silhouette

Vehicular Traffic signs may be used to alert road users to locations where unexpected entries into the…

An illustration of a horse-drawn fire truck.

Horse-Drawn Fire Truck

An illustration of a horse-drawn fire truck.

An hydraulic or forcing pump for throwing water to extinguish fires.

Fire-engine

An hydraulic or forcing pump for throwing water to extinguish fires.

An illustration of a firefighter fighting a burning building in a city.

Firefighters Fighting Burning Building

An illustration of a firefighter fighting a burning building in a city.

An illustration of a two story house engulfed in flames.

Two Story House on Fire

An illustration of a two story house engulfed in flames.

A fire hydrant is an active fire protection measure, and a source of water provided in most urban, and rural areas with municipal water service to enable firefighters to tap into municipal water supply to assist in extinguishing a fire.

Fire Hydrant

A fire hydrant is an active fire protection measure, and a source of water provided in most urban, and…

"Fire escapes, to be used from without, consist either of simple ladders kept at convenient stations, or a series of ladders that can be joined together; of poles with baskets attached; of ropes with weights at one end, that they may be thrown into windows; of combinations of ladders, ropes, bags, baskets, nets, etc."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Modern Fire Ladder

"Fire escapes, to be used from without, consist either of simple ladders kept at convenient stations,…

"An engine designed to throw a continuous stream of water through a hose upon a conflagration, for the purpose of extinguishing it." -Whitney, 1911

Steam Engine

"An engine designed to throw a continuous stream of water through a hose upon a conflagration, for the…

A fire escape is a special kind of emergency exit, usually mounted to the outside of a building or occasionally inside but separate from the main areas of the building. It provides a methods of escape in the event of a fire or other emergency that makes the stairwells inside a building inaccessible.

Fire Escape and Tower

A fire escape is a special kind of emergency exit, usually mounted to the outside of a building or occasionally…

Any of various large trucks that carry firemen and equipment to the site of a fire.

Fire Truck

Any of various large trucks that carry firemen and equipment to the site of a fire.