Bellflower, California: TV's Emergency! Firetrucks

Engines 51 and Squad 51 - firetrucks and emergency vehicles briefly made famous on the 1970s TV show "Emergency," among the treasures at a county fire department museum.

Los Angeles County Fire Museum

Address:
Bellflower, CA
Directions:
Downtown Bellflower. North of Oak St on Bellflower Blvd.
Hours:
W-Sa 9-2, Su-Tu closed. Check museum calendar. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
562-925-0234
Admission:
Donation $5, under 13 free.
RA Rates:
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Emergency! Squad 51.

TV's Emergency! Firetrucks

Exhibited at the Los Angeles County Fire Museum: first responder vehicles seen in TV's "Emergency!" Squad 51.

[Michael Hacala, 02/13/2021]

Emergency engine 51.

TV's Emergency! Firetrucks

The original Fire Trucks Engine 51 and the original Squad 51 from the TV show Emergency! are on display. The inside cab doors of Squad 51 were signed by stars Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe.

[Babs Leather, 10/09/2019]

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