Southland Fire Service Museum

(03) 214 0291
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215 Spey Street, Invercargill

Southlands only Fire Museum is situated on the corner of Jed and Spey streets Invercargill, across the road from the Invercargill Fire Station. Our museum holds the vast collection of fire fighting items and has five fire engines dating from 1940 onwards.These include the following fire engines: 1940 Ford ex Invercargill,1954 Dennis ex Invercargill ex Dunedin, 1957 Commer ex Invercargill and a 1981 Mack Turtable Ladder retired from service in Invercargill August 2005.

We also have equipment and memorabilia from firefighting services in Invercargill and Southland Urban and Rural, along with momentos from the now demolished 1924 Invercargill Fire Station. We are Visual and Hands on, with viewing by way of DVD's and plasma screen.

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Last modified
Thu 17 Jun 2021
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