Handtub Junction, USA - Feature Gallery
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Originally home of the Washington Hook Ladder & Sail Co. in the 1850's, the building was rented in1895 by the Phoenix Veteran Firemen's Association to house thier muster engine. In 1896 the organization purchased the Okommakamesit No. 2 a Button engine from Marlborough, Massachusetts. The building still provides a home for this powerful engine and the second floor is home to the
'Thomas Rhodes Museum Room" which you see pictured her below. You may find out more about thier engine in the "Handtub of the Month" Section of this web site.
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