Antique Fire Apparatus Dating From
Welcome! The Fort Erie LaFrance
Association is a not-for-profit registered charity.
While not being associated with the Fort Erie Fire
Department, four of the eight operating vehicles
the association owns were in service at one time
in the Town of Fort Erie.
The Association seeks contributions from interested
individuals and corporations in order to maintain
these working vehicles and help promote the aims
of fire prevention. Tax receipts are available
with each donation.
Thirteen volunteer firefighters
of Fort Erie Fire Co. No. 2 formed the Fort Erie
LaFrance Association in 1983. Since then, the Fort
Erie LaFrance Association has acquired and restored
numerous antique firefighting apparatus dating
back to the 1860's. The Fort Erie
LaFrance Association Museum was opened in 1986
to preserve and display these historical apparatus.
Read more about our history...
The The Fort Erie
LaFrance Association presently has 16 members who
are dedicated to the preservation of firefighting
for future generations. If you would like to become
a member and support our efforts, please visit
find out how you can apply to become a member.
The The Fort Erie LaFrance Association holds or
attends numerous events throughout the year, please
visit our events page to
learn about our upcoming events. Also check out
all the photos in our Photo
|Website funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation
Erie LaFrance Association Museum (directions)
- Open Sat. & Sun. 10am - 4pm from July
to Labour Weekend Inclusive
- Free Admission
- Handicap Accessible
- Group Tours Arranged Year Round
|1118 Concession Road
Fort Erie, Ontario
Canada, L2A 6R2
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