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Benicia Fire Museum [CA]

The Benicia Fire Museum houses historic fire service equipment and hundreds of related items from the Benecia Volunteer Firemen Incorporated, the oldest continuous volunteer fire service in California (dating to 1847). Fire equipment from the former Benicia Arsenal Military Reservation in also on display. Collection highlights include a 1920's Phoenix engine, a circa 1855 Solano engine, an 1833 Griffin pumper, a replica of the first hand pumper, a circa 1932 Dodge, and the only open cab four wheel drive fire engine west of the Mississippi.

The museum offers exhibits.

 
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