Massachusetts Fire Photography

Massachusetts Fire Photography We take photos and video of fire/rescue apparatus and active fires all over Massachusetts! We also make small movies so stay tuned for cool stuff!

We here at M.F.P. are giving people the picture of what a firefighter does on a regular basis. What goes on in the station, and we also give you and inside look in a fire and how they fight it. We go the scene to record fire's and share it to the people. We love what we do here and all are going into the amazing profession of becoming a firefighter.We mainly cover Leominster but try our best to get other cities.



Fire has been knocked down, crews have cleared the second floor for any victims. Crews are checking for extension and beginning overhaul



12 cedar street for the reported building fire. Caller states there are 2 kids trapped on the second floor and they are trying to get them out. C2 is off with a two story wood frame with fire showing





Engine 4 is reporting heavy fire in one class room they are holding the floor to use extreme caution. 10C requesting Leominster Ladder to respond into the scene. Engine 4 is reporting fire is spreading up to the second floor, possibly higher. C1 Requesting the 2nd alarm


Leominster, MA


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I am a volunteer fire fighter from Pennsylvania. I am also the webmaster for the site We also have a page. I am looking for any former Pennsylvania fire apparatus that has ever served with a Massachusetts fire company or any Massachusetts fire apparatus that was sold to a Pennsylvania fire company. Thank you for your time and please check out our website. Todd Lincoln.
NH’s Largest Fire Truck Show returns to Epsom NH, Webster Park, on May 12th, The Amoskeag Reserve Engine Company (AREC), in association with the Epsom, NH, FD is getting ready to host the 2nd Annual Walter Sanborn and John Sawyer Memorial Fire Truck Show. What is AREC you might ask? The Amoskeag Reserve Engine Company is a club dedicated to the preservation and history of firefighting history. We are the New Hampshire Chapter of SPAAMFAA, (SOCIETY for the PRESERVATION & APPRECIATION of ANTIQUE MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS in AMERICA. SPAAMFAA is an organization of several thousand members, located all over the globe but primarily in the United States.) Last year’s show was a great success with over 40 pieces of firefighting equipment, both antique and contemporary, from around NH and New England. 100's of spectators from as far away as Canada, NJ, PA, and all of the New England states enjoyed a day of seeing firefighting equipment from 1849-2015 as well as pumping demonstrations. This year’s muster & show will include a parade! This is a low speed parade approximately 1.5 miles long for motorized apparatus. The parade will form, starting at 0900 at the Epsom Bible Church, 398 Black Hall Road, Epsom, NH 03234. The parade will leave the Church parking lot at 0945 and proceed to Webster Park via Black Hall and Short Falls Roads. This is a family friendly event and people of all ages are welcome. The Event is scheduled to run from 10AM to 2pm on May 12th, rain or shine. Currently we have well over 40 pieces of Fire Apparatus scheduled to attend from an 1849 Hand Tub to 2017 state of art apparatus. At Webster Park there will be static displays of antique and contemporary Fire Equipment, pumping demonstrations, Door prizes and trophies in 8 different categories will be awarded and of course Fire Helmets for the kids. Also The Milford NH, Firemen's Relief Association is raffling off this custom painted Dirico Retro Flyer, valued at $30,000.This one of a kind motorcycle will be on display at the at Webster Park. Get your raffle ticket for this custom painted Dirico Retro Flyer! $100 each, no more than 300 will be sold. Winning ticket drawn at the 2018 Firemen's Ball on May 19th. You do not have to be present to win. Epsom Fire Dept, Auxiliary, and Explorers will be selling food and beverages throughout the day. If you enjoy the fire service and history, this is a must attend event for you! A reminder that Webster Park does not allow dogs, other than service animals. You can get more information as well as see some of the Apparatus registered to attend at the event page: Walter Sanborn & John Sawyer Memorial Fire Truck Show