Handtub Junction, USA   Database E

E   Hunneman     1857     Egypt           #604      6"

E.A. Whiting    Howard & Davis            Holoke, MA.

E.L. Faver    Hunneman     1851    #425    Lisbon, ME.         8'   delivered to the Lowell Machine Shops, Lowell, MA. named "WATER WITCH #11", sold to Salem, MA. in October 1857 renamed "SUTTON", sold to a manufacturing plant in Lisbon, ME. renamed "E.L. FAVER", scrapped in 1942

E.P. Walker   Jeffers     1863        Vinalhaven, ME.         10"

H.S. Hill                Lapaete City, IW.

Eagle    Button             Los Angeles, CA.       205' 8"

Eagle    Button             Chicago, IL.

Eagle    Thayer     1796        Boston, MA         5"

Eagle    Hunneman     1821    #66    Mattapoisett, MA.                         delivered to Rochester, MA., became the property of the New Bedford VFA in 1948, now(1975) at Mattapoisett Historical Society

Eagle    Hunneman     1847    #312    Nahant, MA.                     delivered to Lynn, MA. named "NAHANT #11", in 1853 went Nahant when that section broke off from Lynn., renamed "EAGLE"

Eagle    Leslie             Newburyport, MA.

Eagle    Holland     1810        Brunswick, ME.

Eagle    Thayer     1797        Fitzwilliam, N.H.         5" 

Eagle                 Ballston Springs, N.Y.

Eagle                 Castleton, VT.

Eagle #1    Hunneman     1852    #456    Greenfield, MA.         6 1/2"   this engine is at the Greenfield Central Fire Station

Eagle #1    Button             Springfield, MA.         9"                                  purchased by the U.S. Army at Springfield, MA.

Eagle #1    Button     1858        Orono, ME.         9"                     delivered to Providence, RI. sold to Orono, Me. in 1875

Eagle #1    Button     1855    #339    Hudson, N.Y.         10"       delivered to Lyons, N.Y., now at Hudson Valley Fire Museum, Hudson, NY.

Eagle #1    Button     1860        Charleston, S.C.         12 1/2"

Eagle #2    Howard & Davis    1857  Merrimack, MA. 5 1/2"               183' 7 3/4"      $1,525.00

Eagle #2    Waterman             Springfield, MA.         8 1/2"          purchased by the U.S. Army at Springfield, MA.

Eagle #2    Button             Waterford, N.Y.

Eagle #2    Cowing     1860        Clarksville, TN.

Eagle #3    Hunneman     1831    #140    Boston, MA.         5 7/8" originally numbered #12, changed to #3 in 1852

Eagle #3    Hunneman     1825    #114    Brewer, ME.         3"  delivered to Bangor, ME., sod to Brewer, Me. in 1868, scrapped 1917  

Eagle #3    Hunneman    1836    #167     Dexter, ME.        5"                 delivered to the Spoons Woolen Mill, Dexter, ME.,this engine is in Dexter, Me. (1970)

Eagle #3    Button & Blake             Middleton, N.Y.

Eagle #4    Howard & Davis     1853        Reading, MA.

Eagle #5    Leslie             Danvers, MA.         6 1/2"

Eagle #6    Button    1854         Bangor, ME.

Eagle #6     Hunneman  1842    #212    Fitzwilliam, N.H.      51/2"      224' 3 1/2"   delivered to Newton, MA., sold to Fitzwilliam, N.H., where it is now.

Eagle #6    Hunneman     1856    #565    Brooklyn, N.Y.         8"   stationed in the Williamsburgh section

Eagle #12    Thayer     1795        Boston, MA.

Eagle Engine Co. #1    Hunneman     1823    #88    Providence, R.I.    this engine was sold in 1852

East River #17                 New York, N.Y.

East Street    Hunneman     1832    #139    Dedham, MA.

Eastport    Hunneman     1810    #25    Eastport, ME

Ebensburg    Hubbard     1836        Edgartown, MA.         RG         $50.00    now at Francis Foster Museum, Edgartown, Ma.

Eclipse #1    Waterman     1897    Townsend, MA     9"  206' 4 1/2"   saw fire service in Townsend, MA. till 1918, rebuilt 1974

Edgartown    Button    1855     #390    Edgartown, MA.         9 1/2"    delivered to Edgartown, MA,  now at Francis Foster Museum, Edgartown, MA., cost $1000 new with hose reel

Edmond                 Hudson Falls, N.Y.

Edwin A. Whiting    .Howard & Davis     1852     Gardner, MA.          212' 1/2"  delivered to Gardner, MA named "TORRENT #2, sold in in 1902 to Holyoke, MA VFA and renamed, scrapped in 1916 

Edwin A. Whiting    Button     1861    #551    North Reading, MA.         10"   225' 11",  delivered to Miamisburg, OH. named "YOUNG AMERICA", to Holyoke, MA. in 1904 renamed "EDWIN A. WHITING", to North Reading in the 1940's, to West Newbury, MA. in 1962, to Amesbury, MA. in 1966, returned to North Reading in 1969 and is still there.

Edwin Hopkins                 North Grafton, MA.

Edwin Hopkins #2    Hunneman     1853    #476    Hopkinton, MA.       6"      215' 9'    delivered to Hopkinton, Ma., was at Farrah Fire App. in Hopkinton till the 1980's, sold late 1980's - early 1990's , destination unknown

Edwin R. Lay    Jeffers   1866    Newbury, MA.    9"  230' 2 1/2"         delivered to Charlotte, NC and named "NEPTUNE", to Marblehead, MA, to Westfield, MA in 1906 and renamed "EDWIN R. LAY"  to SPNEA,   purchased at Auction in 1989 from SPNEA by, Ould Newbury Assoc. of  Newbury, MA. now at American Society of Hand Fire Engine Museum, Newbury, MA. 

El Dorado #3   Hunneman   1858   #623   Sagua la Orande, Cuba       4 1/2"                    
Eliot #15    Hunneman     1845    #277    Boston, MA.         5 11/16"                    
Eliot #15    Hunneman     1823    #90    Salem, MA.                   delivered to Boston, MA. named "TORRENT #16, in 1847 stationed at Deer Island, later became property of Harry Harding of Revere, MA. later appeared at the Americana Museum, Salem, Ma. where it was slightly damaged by fire in Oct. 1969

Eliot #2    Hunneman     1844    #246    Manchester, VT.         5'    delivered to Natick, MA., sold to Manchester, VT., believed scrapped

Elizabeth Pool    Holland     1815        Taunton, MA.         4 1/2"

Empire    Van Ness             Fairhaven, CT.

Empire                 Greenport, N.Y.

Empire    Hunneman    1855     #551    Cape Haytien         4"

Empire #2    Hunneman     1847    #326    Oswego, N.Y.         6 1/2"                    
Emperor #2    Howard & Davis     1852        Grafton, MA.         6"     sold in 1942 to Franklin Reed returned in 1989 to  Grafton.

Endeavor    Thayer    1802         Boston, MA.         5"

Endeavor #3    Hunneman     1846    #286    Lewiston, ME.         6"     delivered to Malden, MA., went to Melrose, Ma. when North Malden became Melrose, later it was sold to Lewiston, ME.

Engine #4    Button    1874     #630    Fort Plain, N.Y.         9"

Enon    Leslie       1849             Wenham, MA.    Still in Wenham (2003)

Enterprise    Button    1883   Framingham, MA.    9 1/4'    211' 4 1/2"    delivered to Charleston, S.C., to Arlington, RI. in 1899 and renamed "ENTERPRISE", acquired by SPNEA and sold at auction 11/11/89 to B. Blackadar, Framingham

Enterprise    Thayer     1836        West Cambridge, MA.

Enterprise    Jeffers     1865        Jamaica, N.Y.

Enterprise                 Phoenix, N.Y.

Enterprise    Jeffers     1870        Phillipsdale, R.I.

Enterprise     Thayer     1847         Brockton, MA.                                    to Enfield, NH, to Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA in 1924

Enterprise #1    Hunneman     1819    #59    Roxbury, MA.

Enterprise #2    Button     1876    #642    Staurt, FL.         10"     delivered to Brockton, MA. acquired by museum in Stuart, Fl.            N.E. League Champs 1904, 1907, 1918, 1925, 1932

Enterprise #2    Button     1854        South Carolina         9 1/4"   delivered to North Bridgewater, Ma. , to South Carolina in 1881, still there in 1906

Epping #1    Rumsey             Epping, N.H.         4 1/2"  

Erie #4     Jeffers         Georgetown, MA.          9"                                  originally to Milford, MA named "NORTH STAR", to Georgetown, MA renamed "ERIE #4", destroyed in a fire at it's station in 1915.

Erie #4    Button             Georgetown, MA.         10"    217' 3"             purchased at some time by Long Island City, N.Y. VFA., sold to Jamaica Plains, VFA, Jamaica Plains, MA in 1909 and named "STAR" at some point it was changed to"THE GINGER", purchased by Georgetown, Ma. in 1916 and named "ERIE #4"

Erving    Button             Erving, MA.         9"

Essex    Thayer    1799         Salem, MA.

Essex #2    Button   1882   #676    Essex, MA.     9 1/4"    252' 2 1/4"     $15,335.00  N.E. League Champs 1941, 1948

Essex Company    Hunneman  1846    #240    Lawrence, MA.      5"                    
Ethan Allen    Jeffers             Essex, N.Y.         9"                          delivered to Burlington, VT., to Essex, N.Y. 

Eureka    Button    1856         Marysville, CA.       9'                      delivered to Marysville, Ca., sold to Knickerbocker Eng. Co. #1 renamed "KNICKERBOCKER #5", to Virginia City NV. in 1879, to Dayton F.D. in 1894, sold in 1936 to Parker Lyon Pony Ex. Museum, sold with Museum in 1955 to Wm. Harrah, Reno ,NV.,   sold in 1981 to Comstock. Ca. Fire Museum

Eureka    Rumsey             Sacramento, CA

Eureka      Smith               Stockton, CA

Eureka    Jeffers            1868?    Eastport, ME

Eureka    Button             Thomaston, ME.         10"

Eureka #1    Button    1876         Sonora, CA.         9"

Eureka #1    Button    1872     #600    Portsmouth, N.H.         10" delivered to Hudson, MA., sold to Portsmouth, N.H. in 1907 for $660, still there

Eureka #1    Howard & Davis  1851 Arlington, MA.   6 5/8"               234' 5 1/2" originally delivered to West Cambridge, MA (Belmont)             N.E. League Champ 1902

Eureka #4  Button      1863     #572        Albany, NY         9"          delivered to Union Village, N.Y. named "CENTENNIAL", acquired by Ithaca, N.Y. in 1876 renamed "EUREKA #4", also was at Endicott, N.Y. and Senaca Falls, N.Y., now at Albany State Museum, Albany, N.Y.

Ever Ready                 Bellevive, OH.

Ever Ready    Wright             Belouit, WI.

Excelsior    Button             Chicago, IL.

Excelsior    Button             Cold Water, IN.

Excelsior    Torboss             Holliston, MA.         6 1/2"

Excelsior    Button             Kalamazoo, MI.

Excelsior    Gleason & Bailey             Cherry Valley, N.Y.         7"                    
Excelsior    Jeffers     1865        Jamaica, N.Y.

Excelsior    Button    1876     #644    Vernon, N.Y.         9"                 delivered to Clinton, N.Y., was in Vernon,N.Y. in 1952

Excelsior #1    Thayer     1829        Lowell, Ma.         6 1/4"

Excelsior #1    Hunneman     1851    #428    Wilton, N.H.         6"   delivered to Winchester, N.H., later sold to Wilton, N.H.

Excelsior #2    Hunneman     1847    #320    Beverly, MA.         6"                    
Excelsior #2    Hunneman     1856    #596    Old Towne, ME. 5 1/2"  this engine is at the Old Towne , ME. fire Station

Excelsior #2    Hunneman     1849    #374    Standish, ME.    5 1/2"  delivered to Lewiston Falls, Me., to Bucksport, Me. in 1885 changed to 6", acquired by SPNEA in 1946 , to Auburn ,ME in 1991

Excelsior #3    Hunneman     1825    #112           Honolulu, HI.         delivered to Providence, RI., sold in 1845 after being rebuilt, to a West Coast buyer, sent to Boston to be shipped on brig Patapsco. lost in shipwreck in Honolulu Harbor, salvaged, and put in private service by a Chinese merchant. 

Excelsior #3    Thayer     1816        Providence, R.I.         5"                 renamed "INDEPENDENCE" in 1825, sold in 1845

Exempt   Bates             Staten Island, N.Y.      8"

Extinguisher    Thayer     1801        Boston, MA.     5"

Extinguisher               Calas, ME.

Extinguisher    Hunneman     1805    #10    Portland, ME.    3" 

Extinguisher   Hunneman     1852    #455    Ogdenburg, N.Y.      5"   delivered to Ogdenburg Railroad.

Extinguisher    Hunneman     1847    #323    Longmeadow, MA. delivered to Vergennes, VT., sold to Longmeadow, MA.

Extinguisher #1    Howard & Davis     1852        Hingham, MA.   5 1/2"   there in 1990's

Extinguisher #2    Cowing    1860         Sturgis, MI. 

Extinguisher #20    Thayer    1828         Boston, MA.    6 3/4"         rebuilt by Hunneman in 1845, sold in 1847

Extinguisher #3    Hunneman    1818    #55     Gloucester, MA.         this engine was scrapped in 1864

Extinguisher #5    Hunneman    1835    #156     Boston, MA.       originally named "CATARACT #14, changed to "SUFFOLK #1 in 1849, renamed "EXTINGUISHER #5" in 1852

Ezra Sutton   Hunneman    1847    #333   Ponkapoag, MA.                 5 11/16"   deliver to Kinsley Iron Works, Canton, MA. named "VULCAN", sold to Ponkapoag, Ma. renamed "EZRA SUTTON".  Destroyed in a fire.

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