Vigilante Engine Company, 958 Main Street, Rome, Pa. Bradford County Department 11. (NO information was found while searching the innerwebs. If you have any information please comment) (Found some news articles that show they existed in the mid 1950's)
This year I quietly entered four pictures into the Shippensburg Fair. When asked how I thought I would do, I said that nothing really stood out like last year. The "Okeechobee Sunrise" was my best bet, but I thought maybe a little too dark. The "Pack Out" picture, as much as I liked it, I think was too busy. The "Richmond 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb" didn't stand much of a chance. The Ship Fair judges usually don't like fire pictures. I considered not entering it but eventually entered it in the 'Other' category. The "You're A Daisy If You Do" picture I thought too might stand a slim chance but flower pictures are tough there. Anyways, 1 blue and 1 red are fine with me. I don't take pictures for contests, I take pictures, the contest comes later. And hey the $8.00 I won should cover my printing, matting and framing costs my gas to drive the half mile to enter them. See you next year... At The Fair.
Picture Rocks Volunteer Fire Department, 180 North Main Street, Picture Rocks, Pa. Lycoming County Station 26. (again, little to no information or history could be found on the PRVFD. comment any information, thanks)
Engine Company Number 1, Sayre Fire Department, 110 West Parker Avenue, Sayre, Pa. Bradford County Department 12. Organized September 20, 1879 as the E. P. Wilbur Hook and Ladder Company No. 1. Originally housed in a barn across the street they moved into the new borough hall in 1908. In 1926 three of the five borough fire companies reorganized as Engine Company No. 1.
Monroe Borough is a borough in central Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Settled in 1838 and incorporated in 1855. The 2010 population was 554 citizens. Although the borough is Monroe the Post Office is Monroeton.