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The recent snowfall has collapsed the temporary structure at the Museum Building. The structure was totally destroyed, causing damage to some of our stored items.

In the structure we had the recently restored jeep hose trailer and the generator, both were slightly damaged and have been moved to safety in the Museum. We will have to wait for the thaw before being able to see what else was harmed.    

The worry now is water damage.

A small crew of brave and hardy souls worked to-day (December 27th.) on clearing as much snow as possible to make the site safe.


The first on the scene saw the tent flattened and a door

(stored for use later) sticking up from what was once the roof.


The new addition has a temporary roof but was in good shape (Thanks Rick and Dave).

Snow Damage


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Captain Joe presenting President Tom Bell with helmet

Visit From An Old Friend

Monday -1st November 2008


Captain Joe Callegari Ret'd, visited the museum and donated a fine vintage fire helmet for our collection.


Joe visited for a while and then went on to have lunch with all the retirees at Cheers Restaurant in North Vancouver

Joe Callegari

With great sadness we report that Captain Joe Callegari passed away peacefully on January 12, 2009