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1A  - E2            - 1930 Ford Model A Fire Truck  
1B  - E1            - 1934 Buffalo Pumper
1C  - Patrol       - 1934 Chevy Forest Fire Patrol
1D  - State         - 1939 Ford State DOC Forestry Truck
1E  - E11           - 1941 Mil Scout Car Brush Breaker
1F  - E7 - B127 - 1944 Chevy Mil 600 Gal Brush Breaker
1G  - E9 - B129 - 1949 Chevy Mil 250 Gal Brush Breaker
1H  - E8 - B128 - 1949 Ford 500 Gal Brush Breaker
1I   - Patrol 2     - 1951 Ford Patrol Truck
1J   - B8 - B128 - 1970 Dodge Power Wagon Brush Breaker (burned 1975)
1K  - B8 - B128 - 1975 (1967) Kaiser Mil 6x6/Young 500/1500 Brush Breaker
1L  - B10 -B130 - 1977 (1953) International 6x6 250/1000 Brush Breaker
1M - A2  - F136 - 1979 (1960s) Jeep 4x4 200/125 Forestry "Tinker Bell"
1N  - B9 - B129 - 1986 (1952) Reo Mil 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker
1O  - B9 - B129 - 2001 (1971) Jeep Mil 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker - new chassis
1P   - B7 - B127 - 2001 (1974) Mil 6x6 250/400 Brush Breaker
1Q  - B8 - B128 - 2011 ('59/'71) Kaiser 6x6/(2002) Greenwood 300/1100 Brush Breaker
1R  - B9 - B129 - 2014 (1998) Mil 6x6/Fire One 250/750 Brush Breaker
1S  - T1 - T128  - 2019 (1990) Harsco BMY Mil 6x6/Greenwood 300/1100 Tanker new chassis
1T  - F7 - F127  - 2022 (     ) Humve 4x4 Forestry Truck

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2A  - E2            - 1930 Ford Model A Fire Truck  
2B  - E1            - 1934 Buffalo Pumper
2C  - Patrol       - 1934 Chevy Forest Fire Patrol
2D  - State         - 1939 Ford State DOC Forestry Truck
2E  - E11           - 1941 Mil Scout Car Brush Breaker
2F  - E7 - B127 - 1944 Chevy Mil 600 Gal Brush Breaker
2G  - E9 - B129 - 1949 Chevy Mil 250 Gal Brush Breaker
2H  - E8 - B128 - 1949 Ford 500 Gal Brush Breaker
2I   - Patrol 2     - 1951 Ford Patrol Truck
2J   - B8 - B128 - 1970 Dodge Power Wagon Brush Breaker (burned 1975)
2K  - B8 - B128 - 1975 (1967) Kaiser Mil 6x6/Young 500/1500 Brush Breaker
2L  - B10 -B130 - 1977 (1953) International 6x6 250/1000 Brush Breaker
2M - A2  - F136 - 1979 (1960s) Jeep 4x4 200/125 Forestry "Tinker Bell"
2N  - B9 - B129 - 1986 (1952) Reo Mil 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker
2O  - B9 - B129 - 2001 (1971) Jeep Mil 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker - new chassis
2P   - B7 - B127 - 2001 (1974) Mil 6x6 250/400 Brush Breaker
2Q  - B8 - B128 - 2011 ('59/'71) Kaiser 6x6/(2002) Greenwood 300/1100 Brush Breaker
2R  - B9 - B129 - 2014 (1998) Mil 6x6/Fire One 250/750 Brush Breaker
2S  - T1  - T128 - 2019 (1990) Harsco BMY Mil 6x6/Greenwood 300/1100 Tanker new chassis
2T  - F7  - F127 - 2022 (     ) Humve 4x4 Forestry Truck
 

 

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BOURNE


1639 - Incorporated as part of Sandwich
1884 - Incorporated as TOWN of BOURNE
40.7 - Square Miles - AREA
20,452 - Population - (2020) CENSUS
503 - Density PER SQ MILE
 
 

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Bourne - Engine 2 - 1930 Ford Model A Fire Truck
 

Bourne Station 2 - Monument Beach - 1930 Ford Forestry Engine 2 and 1939 Buffalo E3
 

The Monument Beach Fire Station 2 was an old 1800s barn that was converted to a fire station. One of the early apparatus was a 1930 Ford Model A fire truck Engine 2. It was probably locally built and primarily for forestry duty with hose reels and a modest water tank. It is shown here next to the 1939 Buffalo Engine 3. 
 

1B

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Bourne - Eng 1 & Patrol - 1934 Engine & Forest Fire Patrol Truck
 

Bourne - 1934 Chevy Patrol Truck and 1934 Buffalo Engine 1
 


The Town of Bourne Fire Department officially organized around 1925. Much of the town has been in forest covered land. Over the years, many large brush and forest fires have been fought in Bourne. Bourne has had a large variety of forest firefighting apparatus over time.

Some of the early apparatus included Forest Fire Patrol trucks. Shown here is the 1934 Chevy Forest Fire Patrol Truck along with the 1934 Buffalo Engine 1.

 

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Bourne - Forest Patrol - 1934 Chevy Forest Patrol Truck
 

Bourne - Forest Patrol - 1934 Chevy Patrol Truck


This 1934 Chevy served as a Forest Fire Patrol truck in Bourne. (Bob Ronayne collection)
 

1D

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Bourne - State DOC - 1939 Ford 250 gallon State Forestry at Pocasset
 

Bourne - State Forestry - 1939 Ford 250 Gallon Forestry Fire Engine


In about 1939, Massachusetts had a significant number of forestry fire trucks built for the Department of Conservation  (DOC). Some of the first fire trucks equipped with two way radios, these trucks carried a large amount of hose, approx 2000', extinguishers, and tools, with about a 100 gpm pump and 280 gallons of water. At least two of these were assigned to Cape Cod. One in the Upper Cape, based at Shawme Crowell State Forest, although stationed at and operated by the Bourne Fire Department at times. This truck likely served until the early to mid 1960s.

Shown assigned to Bourne Station 4 in Pocasset next to the 1934 Bourne Buffalo 600 gpm Engine 5.

 

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Bourne - Engine 11 (2?) - 1941 Mil Scout Car Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Engine 11 - 1941 Military Scout Car Brush Breaker


One of the oldest Bourne brush breakers is believed to be this 1941 Military Scout car. It was apparently originally a half track type vehicle. Shown here overlooking the Cape Cod Canal and one of the 1935 Canal bridges. The truck would have carried a couple hundred gallons of water, had some basic steel bars, a hose feel and supply of forestry hose.

It is a little confusing whether the truck was known as "11" or if it was actually "2", since it was unlikely Bourne had 11 units at that time.

 

1F

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Bourne - E7 - B127 - 1944 Chevy Mil 4x4 600 gallon Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Engine 7 - B127 - 1944 Chevy Military 4x4 600 gallon Brush Breaker


This 1944 Chevy Military 4x4 Brush Breaker served Bourne for many years. It had a front mount pump, perhaps 500 gpm, and a rear pump & roll 250 gpm pump. The truck had about a 600 gallon water tank. This truck spent most of its career in the Monument Beach Station 2. It was known as Engine 7 or Car 127. This truck carried more water than engines at the time, and was often taken first due to even structure fires to make a booster tank attack while engines found a water supply.

One of the interesting things about this truck is where it came from. In the mid to late 1930s, the State bought a large area of land in the upper Cape (Bourne, Sandwich, Falmouth, and Mashpee) to form the Massachusetts Military Reservation. It was designated Camp Edwards. The early development of the Camp was protected by a private fire brigade. There is information that that brigade or the formal Camp Edwards Fire Department when it was organized around 1941 with WWII, built and used at least one brush breaker.

A documentary film of a large 1946 forest fire shows a truck that looks just like this truck while painted military green driving through the woods with a bunch of people on it. It is likely this truck was then sold to Bourne sometime around 1944 or after. It served in Bourne into the 1980s.  

 

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Bourne - E9 - B129 - 1949 (1943) Chevy Mil 4x4 100/250 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Engine 9 - B129 - 1949 (1943) Chevy 4x4 250 gallon Brush Breaker


Bourne operated this Brush Breaker as Engine 9. It is about a 1943 Chevy Military former Class 110 Crash Truck. It would have had about a 100 gpm PTO pump and about 250 gallons of water. It is unknown if it came out of Otis or from somewhere else, but its bars are similar to the truck that came from Camp Edwards/Otis. It is likely a pump & roll pump was added as well as a basket of forestry hose. This truck served from Buzzards Bay for many years and would also respond as a primary attack truck at times. The truck came to Bourne around 1949 and served into the 1980s.
 

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Bourne - E8 - B128 - 1949 Ford 500 Gallon Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Engine 8 - B128 - 1949 Ford 500 gallon Brush Breaker


This is believed to be the first, and perhaps only "new" Brush Breaker built for Bourne. It wasn't all wheel drive, but was on a new commercial chassis. It carried about 500 gallons and had a rear pump and roll pump. The truck served until about 1970.
 

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Bourne - Fire Patrol 2- 1951 Ford Patrol Truck
 

Bourne - Forest Patrol 2 - 1951 Ford Patrol Truck


This 1951 Ford Patrol Truck probably ran out of the Monument Beach Station 2 for sometime.
 

1J

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Bourne - B8 - B128 - 1970 Dodge Power Wagon Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Breaker 8 - B128 - 1970 Dodge Power Wagon Brush Breaker (burned 1975)


Little is known about this truck. It is believed to be a 1970 Dodge Power Wagon Brush Breaker that served as Bourne Breaker 8 (128). It burned during a 1975 forest fire near Clay Pond Road in Bourne. It likely had replaced the 1949 Ford Breaker 8. Its replacement would be one of the largest breakers to serve Bourne.
 

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Bourne - B8 - B128 - 1975 (1967) Kaiser Mil 6x6/Young 500/1500 Breaker
 

Bourne - Breaker 8 - B128 - 1975 (1967) Kaiser 6x6 Mil/T Young 500/1500 Brush Breaker


After the 1970 Dodge Power Wagon Breaker 8 burned, Bourne built one of the largest breakers to serve in Bourne. The 5 ton, 1967 Kaiser Military 6x6 chassis was built by Ted Young. It had  a 500 gpm pump and 1500 gallon tank. The large truck responded to many fires over the years serving until about 2006.
 

1L

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Bourne - B10 - B130 - 1977 (1953) International 250/1000 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Breaker 10 - B130 - 1977 (1953) International 6x6 250/1000 Brush Breaker


In about 1977, Otis built two new brush breakers. Those replaced 2 older 1950s brush breakers built around 1959-1960 (President Kennedy days).  One of them, built on a 1953 chassis (Truck 19) was picked up by Bourne in 1977. It went on to serve as Bourne Breaker 10 (130) in Bourne for a number of years.
 
 

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Bourne - A2 - C136 - 1979 (1960s) Jeep 4x4 200/125 Forestry "Tinker Bell"
 

Bourne - A2 - C136 - 1979 (1960s) Jeep 4x4 Forestry Truck "Tinker Bell"


Bourne used this 1960s era Military 4x4 Jeep as a forestry truck from about 1979 into the 1980s. It had a 125 gallon tank and 200 gpm pump. While officially known as "A-2" or "136" it was also known as "Tinker Bell" for some reason. See front of hood.
 

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Bourne - B9 - Breaker 129 - 1986 (1952) Reo 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker 250/6
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Bourne - Breaker 9 - B129 - 1986 (1952) Reo 250/600 Brush Breaker


In the early 1980s, the 1944 Chevy Breaker 7 (127) retired. In 1986, a 1952 Reo 2.5 ton 6x6 former military chassis was used to build a new brush breaker for the Monument Beach Station 2. It was designated Breaker 9, County "129" with a 250 gpm pump and 600 gallon water tank. It served for a number of years until about 2001 when it got a newer chassis.
 

1O

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Bourne - Breaker 129 - 2001 (1971) Jeep 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Breaker 9 - B129 - 2001 (1971) Jeep Mil 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker


In 2001, Bourne got a 1971 Jeep Military 6x6 chassis to replace the 1952 Reo chassis under the 1986 Breaker 9. The bars, tank, and pump were transferred to the newer chassis.
Retired about 2014
 

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Bourne - Breaker 127 - 2001 (1974) Mil 6x6 250/400 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Breaker 7 - 127 - 2001 (1974) Mil 6x6 250/400 Brush Breaker


Bourne built this brush breaker in 2001. It was on a 1974 former military 2.5 ton 6x6 chassis. The truck had a 250 gpm pump and 400 gallon tank.
 

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Bourne - Breaker 128 - 2011 ('59/'71) Kaiser 6x6/2002 Greenwood 300/1100
 

Bourne - B8 - Breaker 128 - 2011 ('59/'71) Kaiser Mil 5 ton/2002 Greenwood 500/1100 Breaker


In 2011, Bourne took delivery of a new Breaker 128. The truck had been build by the Brewster Fire Department in 2002. It is a 1959/71 Kaiser 5 ton 6x6 Military chassis. Greenwood put a 1100 gallon tank and 250 pump on it with some steel bars. The truck was not built as a traditional breaker with a place for a crew to ride, but more as a stationary forestry/tanker type vehicle.

When in service, Bourne housed the big truck at Monument Beach Station 2.
Photo July 2011 inside Sagamore Station.

 

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Bourne - Breaker 129 - 2014 (1996) Mil 6x6/FireOne 250/750 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Breaker 129 - 2014 (1996) Mil 6x6/FireOne 250/750 Brush Breaker


Bourne built a new Breaker 129 in 2014. It was on a 1996 Military 6x6 chassis. FireOne put a 250 gpm, 750 gallon skid tank into the truck and built a new style breaker for Bourne.
 

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Bourne - Tanker 128 - 2019 (1990) Harsco BMY 300/1100 Tanker
 

Bourne - Tanker 128 - 2019 (1990) Harsco BMY 6x6 300/1100 Tanker


In 2019, Bourne replaced the standard transmission 1959/1971 Kaiser Military 6x6 chassis that was originally used by Brewster to build the Brush Breaker that became Bourne Breaker 128 in 2011. A newer 1990 Military 6x6 chassis with an automatic transmission was used to keep the tanker body built by Greenwood in 2002, while not replacing the bars that made it look like a brush breaker. The tanker stayed in the Monument Beach station.
 

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Bourne - Eng 2 - 1930 Ford Model A Fire Truck
 

 

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Bourne - E1 & Patrol - 1934 Buffalo & 1934 Chevy Patrol Truck
 

Bourne 1934 Buffalo Engine 1 and 1934 Chevy Forest Fire Patrol
operating at some type of incident in the woods.
 

 
 

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Bourne - Patrol - 1934 Chevy Forest Fire Patrol
 


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Bourne - State DOC - 1939 Ford 100/280 State Forestry Truck
 

The 1939 Ford Massachusetts Department of Conservation (DOC) Forestry Truck
was assigned to Shawme Crowell State Forest, but was commonly housed and
operated by the Bourne Fire Department. It is shown here (2nd from left) in front
of the Buzzards Bay Fire Station in 1941. Apparatus in photo left to right believed to be
1928 Reo fire truck, 1939 Ford COE State truck, 1934 Buffalo Engine 1, 1924 Maxim
Hose Wagon, 1938 Buffao City Service Ladder, and Chevy Fire Chief Car.
 

 

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Bourne - E11 (E2) - 1941 Mil Scout Car Brush Breaker
 

The 1941 Military Scout Car Brush Breaker
 

The old Scout Car Breaker can be seen behind Bourne Breaker 9 at the Buzzards Bay Station.

 

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Bourne - E7 - B127 - 1944 Chevy Mil 4x4 600 Gal Brush Breaker
 

Bourne - Engine 7 - 1944 Chevy 4x4 600 Gal Brush Breaker.
Served primarily at the Monument Beach Station 2.
 

This 1944 Chevy Military 4x4 Brush Breaker served Bourne for many years. It had a front mount pump, perhaps 500 gpm, and a rear pump & roll 250 gpm pump. The truck had about a 600 gallon water tank. This truck spent most of its career in the Monument Beach Station 2. It was known as Engine 7 or Car 127. This truck carried more water than engines at the time, and was often taken first due to even structure fires to make a booster tank attack while engines found a water supply.

The design and unique look of this truck leads one to believe that it is the same truck shown in the DCR Film about the 1946 Cape Forest Fire. In the film, it is clear that the brush breaker has the green military paint and the large "1" in a white diamond that prove it being a Camp Edwards/Otis truck at the time. The bars are the same as the Bourne Breaker, particularly with the slight angle change about mid-way along the straight side rail. When exactly the truck came to Bourne is unclear, if it was still with Camp Edwards in 1946, however it is more than likely the same truck.

Camp Edwards brush breaker looks like the same truck that later became Bourne E7.

June 1980 fire one the Base.

1984 Photo

 

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Bourne - E9 - B129 - 1949 (1943) Chevy Mil 4x4 250 Gal Brush Breaker
 

Bourne Brush Breaker 9, Truck 129. About a 1943 Chevy Military 4x4 1.5 ton Class 110. Would have had about 100 gpm pump and 250 gallon tank. Uncertain if it was former Otis truck or if it was built by Bourne around 1949 or so, as it is shown next to the 1949 Ford Brush Breaker Truck 8.

 

Bourne Engine 9 - C129 - Shown in front of Monument Beach Station 2.

 

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Bourne - E8 - B128 - 1949 Ford 500 Gal Brush Breaker
 

Bourne Breaker 8 was a 1949 Ford 500 gallon Brush Breaker.
 

Bourne got the truck new in 1949 and probably operated it until about 1970 when it was replaced.
 

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Bourne - Patrol 2 - 1951 Ford Forest Fire Patrol
 

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Bourne - B8 - Breaker 128 - 1970 Dodge PW Brush Breaker (burned in 1975)
 

The Pocasset Fire Station around 1975.
Possibly the 1970 Dodge Breaker 128, next to the 1962 Ford/Maxim Engine 5.



 

 
 

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Bourne - B8 - Breaker 128 - 1975 (1967) Kaiser/Young 500/1500 Breaker
 

Bourne Breaker 8 - 1975 (1967) Kaiser Military 5 ton 6x6.
Built by Ted Young. With 500 gpm pump and 1500 gallon tank.
One of the largest breakers ever to serve on the Cape.
 

June 1980 on the base

June 1984
 

 

 

Bourne Breaker 128 - May 2003

July 2004 at Sagamore Station

Breaker 128 went out of service about 2006.

 
 

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Bourne - B10 - Breaker 130 - 1977 (1953) Mil 6x6 1000 Gal Brush Breaker
 

Around 1977, Bourne acquired a former Otis Brush Breaker to boost the Bourne fleet. The 1953 Reo former Military chassis was used on the base from about 1959-60 until replaced around 1976 as Truck 19. Bourne designated it Breaker 10 and 130 on County. It had about 250 gpm pump and 1000 gallons of water. It served into the 1980s.
Photo 1980 fire on the base.

The 1953 Reo Truck 19 served as an Otis Brush Breaker from around 1959-60 until replaced in 1976. It battled many fires on the base including the 1965 forest fire that crossed Route 6. This truck went on to serve in Bourne as Breaker 10 and 130 through the 1980s.

Mar 86

 

April 1986

Apr 86

Bourne Breaker 10 at Pocasset Station 4
July 1986

July 86

 

Bourne Breaker 8 and Breaker 10 on the base.
April 1986

 

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Bourne - A2 - F136 - 1979 (1960s) Jeep 4x4 200/125 Forestry Truck
 

 

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Bourne - B9 - Breaker 129 - 1986 (1952) Reo 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne Breaker 9 at Otis
May 97
 

The Bourne Breaker 9 - B129 - 1986 (1952) Reo 6x6 that was assigned to the Monument Beach Station 2.  May 1997 photo

Feb 2000 photo

 

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Bourne - B9 - Breaker 129 - 2001 (1971) Jeep 6x6 250/600 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne Breaker 9 - 129 - With a "new" 1971 Jeep chassis and black roof at one of its first fires in Sagamore April 2001.


 

This former Military chassis, lettered North Kingston Engine 5, was acquired around 1993. Shown outside the Monument Beach station in 1993. It may have been the 1971 Jeep chassis used to replace the 1952 Reo chassis around 2001.

Aug 03

Oct 2007

March 2013

April 2015 - Breaker 129 Retired and at the DCR District 1 HQ.

Bourne Station 2 Crew c.2013

 

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Bourne - Breaker 127 - 2001 (1974) Mil 6x6 250/400 Brush Breaker
 

Bourne Breaker 127 - Built around 2001 on a 1974 Mil 6x6 chassis.
250 gpm pump and about 400 gallons of water.

 

Bourne Breaker 7 - 127 - on left, with Breaker 9 - 129 and Breaker 8 - 128. The Bourne Breaker fleet in 2002 behind the Buzzards Bay Station.

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Mar 13

April 2014

 

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Bourne - Breaker 128 - 2011 ('59/'71) Kaiser 6x6/2002 Greenwood 300/1100
 

Bourne Breaker 128
2011 (1959-71) Kaiser Mil 6x6 / 2002 Greenwood Breaker-Tanker. 300 gpm / 1100 gallon. Originally built for Brewster Fire in 2002 as Breaker 235. Came to Bourne in 2011.

Assigned to the Monument Beach Station 2.
 

Mar 2007 - While in Brewster as Breaker 235

Feb 2012

 

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Bourne - Breaker 129 - 2014 (1996) Mil 6x6/FireOne 250/750 Brush Breaker
 



Bourne Breaker 129 - 2014 (1996) Military 6x6 chassis / Fire One 250/750 Breaker.
 

Military surplus chassis which would become Breaker 129.
Feb 2012 photo

Jan 2013

July 2013

April 2014

May 2014

 

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Bourne - Tanker 128 - 2019 (1990) Harsco BMY 300/1100 Tanker
 

Bourne - Tanker 128 - 2019 (1990) Harsco BMY 6x6 300/1100 Tanker.
Former Breaker 128. Newer chassis. Brush Breaker bars removed. Now a tanker.
 

 

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