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Badger (Badger-Northland)
(Unknown - date - Kaukana, WI)

Baker 1
(1970s - OK)

Baker Equipment 2 Engineering Co
(1965 - date - Charlotte, NC)

Baker Equipment 3 Engineering Co
(1965 - date - Richmond, VA)

Ballard
(1973 - 1986 - Lincoln City, OR)

Ballard Starline
(unknown - Lincoln Way, OR)

B & Z
(1975 - 1985 - CA)

Banner Fire Equipment 1
(1986 - 2002 - Collinsville, IL)

Banner Fire Equipment 2
(2002 - date - East Alton, IL)

Barton American
(Unknown - TN)

Bayerford Trucks
(Unknown - Minneapolis, MN)

Bayport Fire Inc.
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Barkow Body Co.
(unknown - Milwaukee, WI)


Barnett
(1973 - 1987 - Columbus, WI)

Baughman Mfg. Co.
(1955 - Jerseyville, IL)


Beal Apparatus
(unknown - Boise, ID)


Bean (FMC)
(See FMC/Bean)

Bean (FMC)
(See FMC/Bean)

Beck
(1979 - 1992 - Cloverdale, CA)

Beck 2
(1979 - 1992 - Cloverdale, CA)

Beck, C.D. (Formerly Ahrens Fox)
(1953 - 1956 - Sidney, OH)

Becker 1
(1955 - 2006 - Casper, WY)


Becker 2
(1955 - 2006 - Casper, WY)

Bedford
(1931 - 1965 - England)


Betrams Fire Eq.
(Unknown - Marion, WI)

Betten 1
(1989 - date - Satellite Beach, FL)

Betten 2
(1989 - date - Satellite Beach, FL)

Bickle 1
(1915 - 1956 - Woodstock, Ont)

Bickle 2
(1915 - 1956 - Woodstock, Ont)

Bickle 3 (Logo circa 1930's 1940's)
(1915 - 1956 - Woodstock, Ont)
Bickle/Ahrens-Fox
(1923 to 1931 - Woodstock, Ontario Canada)

Bickle Seagrave
(1900 - 1985 - Woodstock, Ontario) (see also King Fire Engines Ltd.
and King Seagrave)

Biederman
(1948 - 1953 - Cincinnati, OH)

Birmingham
(1950 - Birmingham, AL)

Black, Adam
(1920s - Trenton, NJ)

Blitz Buggy
(1950 - Old Forge, NY)

Bluegrass Fire Apparatus 1
(1972 - date - Elizabethtown, KY)

Bluegrass Fire Apparatus 2
(1972 - date - Elizabethtown, KY)

Boardman 1
(1929 - Unknown - Oklahoma City, OK)

Boardman 2
(1929 - Unknown- Oklahoma City, OK)

Boardman 3
(1929 - Unknown - Oklahoma City, OK)

Bode-Finn
(Unknown - Uknown)

Boise Mobile Equipment 1
(1990 - date - Boise, ID)

Boise Mobile Equipment 2
(1990 - date - Boise, ID)

Boyd, James & Bro.
(1912 - 1916 - Philadelphia, PA)

Boyer 1
(1925 - 1985 - Logansport, IN)

Boyer 2
(1925 - 1985 - Logansport, IN)

Boyer/Universal
(1925 - 1985 - Logansport, IN)

Boyertown
(1937 - 1948 - Boyertown, PA)

Braatz Custom Metal Fabricating
(Unknown - Bonduel and Shawano, WI)

Braun Ind.
(Unknown - Oakwood, OK)

Brockway Truck Corp.
(1925 - 1930? - Cortland, NY)

Bronto Skylift 1
(1993 - date - Long Beach, CA)

Bronto Skylift 2
(Unknown - Tampere, Finland)

Bronto Skylift/Pierce
(Unknown - Appleton, WI)

Bronto Skylift/E-One
(Unknown - Ocala, FL)

Bruco (Brumbaugh) 1
(1951 - date - Ducansville, PA)

Bruco (Brumbaugh) 2
(1951 - date - Ducansville, PA)

Bruco (Brumbaugh) 3
(1951 - date - Altoona, PA)

Brush Buggy 1
(1974 - LaPorte, IN)

Brush Buggy 2
(Unknown - Old Forge, NY)

Buffalo (prev Auto Car Equipment, later Atterbury)
(1926 - 1948 - Buffalo, NY)

Buffalo 2 (prev Auto Car Equipment, later Atterbury)
(1926 - 1948 - Buffalo, NY)

Bulldog
(Unknown - Ocoee, FL)

Burtons 1
(1991 to present - Modesto, CA)

Burtons 2
(1991 to present - Modesto, CA)

BWM Fire App.
(unknown - Modesto, CA)
     




Banner Fire Equipment (1986 - present - East Alton, IL): Banner formed in 1986 and was originally located in Collinsville, IL. They moved to a new facility in East Alton, IL in 2002. They are primarily a distributor of Emergency One apparatus, however they have constructed several brush units and air cascades in-house.

Baughman (1955 - ? - Jerseyville, IL): You have this company listed on the web site. I have found some ads and a couple of tankers built by the company during the 1950's and 1960's but have no idea when they went out of business.

Bean (Shield) (Unknown - Lansing, MI): You have Bean listed in several places on the web site. I'm not sure where you want to put this...this particular style of emblem was placed on the rear bulkhead of most Bean apparatus during the mid-1950s to early 1960s.

Beck 2 (1979 - 1992 - Cloverdale, CA): You have information about Beck on the side and a photo of their first style emblem. This is the last style emblem used by Beck before they closed.

Becker (1955 - 2006 - Casper, WY): You have Becker on the site already and the logo there is nearly identical to the emblem listed. The info about the company states that they actually started selling fire equipment in 1955. The formed a working relationship with Emergency One sometime around 1990 and later were bought by American LaFrance in 1999. ALF closed the facility in 2006.

Bedford (1931 - 1965 - England): Bedford was a truck manufacture in England for many years. The best I can tell from info on the net is that they manufactured their own line of fire trucks from 1931 to 1965. The dates are subject to verification.

Betten (Unknown - Satellite Beach, FL): You have a photo on the web site, however this is the actual emblem that Betten uses on their trucks. According to their web site, they have been building beverage trucks for more than 50 years. Although they didn't specifically build rigs for the fire service during all of those years, many used beverage trucks found their way into the fire service.

Bickle/Ahrens-Fox (1923 - 1931 - Woodstock, Ontario Canada): Bickle was in business in Canada from 1915 to 1956 in several forms. First as Bickle from 1915 to 1935 and then Bickle-Seagrave from 1936 to 1956. During 1923 to 1931, Bickle entered into an agreement with Ahrens-Fox in which they used Ahrens-Fox front ends or cabs, and contructed bodies by Bickle. They were labeled and marketed as Bickle/Ahrens-Fox.

- Bickle (Logo circa 1940s) (1936 - 1956 - Woodstock, Ontario Canada): You have Bickle listed on the web site and actually have a silver colored version of this emblem. Bickle used that style as well as this gold colored and slightly smaller emblem on the apparatus they built under Bickle-Seagrave during the 1930s and 1940s. This same style/shaped emblem was used by Seagrave during the same period of time.

Bluegrass (Unknown - Elizabethtown, KY): You already have them listed on the web site with their company logo/decal that was first used. They are now using an emblem which is the photo I have sent.

BME (Boise Mobile Equipment) (1990 - present - Bosie, ID):
You already have them listed on the web site with their company logo/decal that was first used. They are now using an emblem which is the photo I have sent.

Boardman (1929 - Unknown - Oklahoma City, OK): You have Boardman listed as being 1929 to present. They company actually was bought by several companies, the last American LaFrance in the 1990's. They no longer are in business. The emblem is one of several used by the company over the years.

Boyer-Universal (1925 - 1985 - Logansport, IN): You have them listed on the site already. I found this particular shield on a 1960's ladder truck in rural Missouri.

Braatz Custom Metal Fabricating (Unknown - Bonduel and Shawano, WI): This company had locations in both Bonduel and Shawano, WI (the same locations as 3D). They are no longer in business and I am not sure if they were related to 3D or not.

Burtons (1991 - present - Modesto, CA): Ken and John Burton worked for Van Pelt and later FMC for more than 13 years. After the company closed, the Burtons started their own company building rigs in 1991. In addition to building their own line of pumpers, tankers and rescues, they also are a distributor of Pierce apparatus. They use these two different style of emblems on their apparatus.



 

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