Steam Fire Engine, Pioneer Village, Minden Nebraska

This is a well preserved steam-powered fire engine, used to provide pressurized water when fighting fires. Also of note are the large gauge model railroad cars displayed on tracks around the walls.

Made by Dexter Press, West Nyack, N.Y.

The description states:

The Steam Pumper

This 1880 horse-drawn Steam Fire Engine, attached to a 1909 gasoline powered front wheel drive, is just one of the many early day automobiles, tractors and trucks to be seen in the Pioneer Village.

This card dates from the 1950s.

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