Last week, the Raleigh Fire Museum participated in the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in downtown Raleigh. We brought old Engine 16, a 1978 Mack/1992 Pierce owned by retired Captain Tim Duke and driven by retired Captain John Rehbock, with Jeff Harkey riding. Below are a couple pictures from our historian and museum President Mike […]
Visit downtown Raleigh this Saturday, March 12, 2022, for two events: the Raleigh Fire Museum returning to our regular second Saturday schedule, and open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located at 105 Keeter Center Drive. Admission is free. And the Raleigh St. Patrick’s Day parade (rain or shine!) with antique fire engines appearing, include […]
Though our museum was closed during most of 2021, the Raleigh Fire Museum organization remained active through the calendar. Read our 2021 annual report (PDF), to learn more about what we’ve doing, and what where we’re headed for 2022. Also, make plans to visit our museum in March. We’ll be returning to regular, second-Saturday monthly […]
The Raleigh Fire Department congratulates these recently retired members of the Raleigh Fire Department. This is a belated update and includes all retirements since our last update in September. February 1, 2022 Asst. Fire Marshal Stephen E. Berry – Retired with 24.2 years of service Capt. Jan C. Chamblee – 26.1 years Firefighter Courtney R. […]
The Raleigh Fire Museum will not be open this Saturday, February 12, 2022, for our regular monthly opening. We hope to resume regular operations in March, and return to our monthly second-Saturday schedule. Watch this space. Thanks for your patience.
Retired Captain David Stell, 60, unexpectedly passed away at his home in Wendell on February 3, 2022. He retired in 2005 with 21.6 years of service. He was also the nephew of retired District Chief Albert G. Stell (ret. 1994), and both of whom were also related to former firefighter (rank TBD) Charlie R. Stell […]