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1922 Ahrens Pumper at Alex Bay's Blues at the Bay weekend

1922 Ahrens Pumper

1922 Ahrens Pumper

The 1922 K-S-4 Ahrens-Fox Pumper was fitted with a 700-gallon-per-minute pump and separate chemical and booster tanks. 

Ahrens-Fox built fire pumpers from 1852 to 1977 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company was established after the City of Cincinnati hired Abel Shawk and Alexander Bonner to build the world’s fire steam-power fire engine in 1852. The company was later sold to Charles H. Fox and his brother-in-law, John P. Ahrens in 1910.

This pumper was on display at Alex Bay’s Blues in the Bay weekend in 2022.