SMFD No. 3 1936 Canvas Prints
The South Manchester Fire Department No. 3 was built by the Cheney Brothers at 153 Spruce Street in 1923. The fire trucks used by the Department in the 1930's were 1926 American LaFrance models of both a hook-and-ladder and pumper.
The SMFD left the firehouse in 1967, and for many years the building was mainly a storage facility and not utilized often. In 2011, the space was remodeled and was rechristened the East Side Public Safety Youth Center, including the Manchester Police Explorers, the Block Watch, the Manchester Youth Commission, the Citizens Emergency Response Team, and the art gallery "Gallery 153."
Relive a past way of life with this original illustration created exclusively by CT Designs of Manchester, CT, based on images from the photo archives of the Manchester Historical Society and other research. Enjoy the vibrant colors, appreciate the historical accuracy, and examine the minute detail of this artwork.
Canvases are printed and stretched by canvas professionals, have a thin standard wrap of .75" depth, and come ready to hang or display with a classic semi-gloss finish.
Canvas prints are available in the following sizes:
12" x 12" • 18" x 18" • 24" x 24"
30" x 30" • 34" x 34"
Please choose your preferred size in the drop-down above.
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