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On the Watertown Seal is a picture of an English Colonist and an Indian exchanging, as peace tokens,  bread for fish.  Captain Roger Clap landed at Nantasket Point in 1630 and rode up Charles River to Gerry's Landing with the first party of Watertown Colonists.
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Apparatus

Station One - Fire Headquarters

Watertown profile.JPG Ladder One WatertownC2new10.jpg

Engine One
2011 Emergency One Typhoon 1250 Gallons Per Minute Pumper
Mutual Aid Pumper 

Ladder One
2005 Emergency One Cyclone II 95' Rear Mount Aerial Platform
Mutual Aid Ladder

C2
2010 Ford Expedition
On Duty Deputy Chief's Command Vehicle

                                                                                                              
Engine One Rescue Boat.jpg    Rescue Boat

Engine Four
1994 Emergency One Sentry 1250 Gallons Per Minute Pumper
Reserve

Rescue Boat
Boston Whaler

 

Station Two - East End

Engine Two Ladder Two

Engine Two
2004 Emergency One Typhoon 1250 Gallons Per Minute Pumper

Ladder Two
2007 Emergency One Hurricane 100' Rear Mount Aerial Ladder


Station Three - North End

Engine Three WatertownR1new12.jpg Rescue One

Engine Three
1994 Emergency One Sentry 1250 Gallons Per Minute Pumper

Rescue One
2012 Ford F450-4x4
Class 1, Type III Emergency Rescue Vehicle

Rescue Two
2008 Horton
Class 1, Type III
Emergency Rescue Vehicle