Steelton Fire Department, 185 North Front Street, Steelton, Pa. Dauphin County Company 50. Once six separate companies but operating as the Steelton Fire Department, by 1984 the remaining three stations, Citizens #1, West Side #3 and Baldwin #4, merged and moved into one station on Front Street. Steelton Fire Companies: Citizen's Hose Co. #1, 1882 - 1984. Paxtang Hook and Ladder #2, 1888 - 1970's. West Side Hose Company #3, 1898 - 1984. Baldwin Hose Company #4, 1900 - 1984. Hygienic Hose Company #5 (later the Hygienic Hose and Rescue #7) 1904 - ? East Side Hose Company #6, 1907 - 1970's.
City of Staunton Fire and Rescue, Station 1, 500 North Augusta Street, Staunton, Virginia. Organized in 1790, SFR is a career department with two stations. Station 2 is located on Grubert Avenue. The Station 1 museum houses their 1911 Robinson fire engine, the oldest motorized apparatus in Virginia and the only remaining one of it's kind. The outdoor 9/11 Memorial was dedicated 9/11/2011.
Glasgow Life Station and First Aid Crew, Station 2, South Lee Highway, Natural Bridge, Virginia. Rockbridge County. Founded November 4, 1951. Station was a former Sinclair gas station built in 1940 and remodeled in 1957 to a Texaco. Not sure when the Glasgow Crew moved in.
Harrisonburg Fire Department, Station 4 , 210 East Rock Street, Harrisonburg Virginia, Rockingham County. HFD is a career department with four stations in the city. Founded 1949, they purchased their first hand pumper in the early 1870's.
Hose Company Number 4, 210 East Rock Street, Harrisonburg Virginia, Rockingham County. HC4 is a volunteer company with 2 stations, Station 2 is located to the south of the city on Port Republic Road. They were founded in 1890. Their first due is the area around the city and the most central spot for them is being in the city.
The firehouse was built in the early 1970's and also houses HFD's antique, a 1954 American La France 85' aerial ladder truck.
East Pennsboro Township Fire Police, 230 North Enola Drive, Enola, Pa. Cumberland County Fire Police 5. The fire police moved into the old Citizen's Fire Company quarters on August 15, 2015, repurposing the old Company 18 station who merged with Summerdale Fire Company 20 in 2011. The social room of the old station is used by Kaylyn's Krusaders.