Slideshow | LFrance Fire Truck

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Capital City Fire and Rescue firefighterparamedic Danny Babcock washes the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck at the downtown fire station on Friday. The truck, used in Juneau until the 1950s, arrived back in Juneau Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 after many years of being in a private museum collection in Oregon.
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Capital City Fire and Rescue firefighterparamedic Danny Babcock washes the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck at the downtown fire station on Friday. The truck, used in Juneau until the 1950's, arrived back in Juneau Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 after many years of being in a private museum collection in Oregon.
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Capital City Fire and Rescue firefighter cleans the bell the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck at the downtown fire station on Friday. The truck, used in Juneau until the 1950s, arrived back in Juneau Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 after many years of being in a private museum collection in Oregon.
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A 1927 American LaFrance fire truck is clean at the downtown Capital City Fire and Rescue fire station on Friday. The truck, used in Juneau until the 1950's, arrived back in Juneau Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 after many years of being in a private museum collection in Oregon.
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A set of firefighter gears decorates the back bumper of the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck.
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Current and retired members of Capital City Fire and Rescue view a 1927 American LaFrance fire truck used in Juneau into the 1950's.
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Juneau Mayor Merrill Sanford looks over the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck at the downtown Capital City Fire and Rescue station on Friday. A volunteer firefighter for 30 years, Merrill was part of an interested group of current and retired firefighters to welcome back a piece of Juneau history.
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Current and retired Capital City Fire and Rescue firefighters pose for a picture with the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck recently bought from a private museum collection, in Oregon. Front row from left: Jim Vuille, Doug Boddy, Larry Fanning, Merrill Sanford, current Fire Chief Richard Etheridge, and Brad Waldron back from left: Jim Carroll, Rudy Ripley, Al Judson, Larry Talley, Tom Gill, Don Beard, Marc Ormsby, current Assistant Chief Ed Quinto, Shaun Rhea, Scott Reid, Lynn Ridle, and Danny Babcock.
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Current and retired Capital City Fire and Rescue firefighters pose for a picture with the 1927 American LaFrance fire truck recently bought from a private museum collection, in Oregon. From left: Lynn Riddle, Jim Carroll, current Assistant Chief Ed Quinto, Don Beard, Rudy Ripley, Marc Ormsby, Tom Gill, Danny Babcock, Al Judson, Larry Talley, Brad Waldron, Larry Fanning, current Fire Chief Richard Etheridge, Jim Vuille, Merrill Sanford and Doug Boddy.

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Current and retired members of Capital City Fire and Rescue view a 1927 American LaFrance fire truck used in Juneau into the 1950's.

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