Rob Williams
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  • Lutherville Timonium, MD
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Percheron Draft Horses pulling a 1905 Hale/ALF Water Tower

Last year's 34th Annual Steam Show, May 7th 2011, at the Fire Museum of Maryland, featured this Hale/ALF Water Tower and a late 1800s Steam Pumper.Cascades of water and kids getting wet, and the horses also pulled a late 1800s Hose Wagon, giving…
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Type of Organization
Job Function
Administrative Staff / Team Member
Years in Fire/EMS:
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Fire Museum of Maryland
Years With Department/Agency
2 years at the Fire Museum
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My Training:
Two years experience as Assist. Director and Education of the Fire Museum of Maryland, the third largest fire museum in the world.
About Me:
I am a historian specializing in the history and technology of the American Urban Fire Service. I teach children about fire safety and provide school tours to about 3,500 students a year. I help with the restoration and maintenance of 40 antique fire engines, a working telegraphic alarm office, and other exhibits.
Day Job:
Assist. Director
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Why I Love Fire/EMS
I love the technology and the extreme nature of the profession

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New Interactive Tour has Children "fighting" the Clay Street Fire of 1873

Posted on January 26, 2012 at 10:25am 0 Comments

Check out the new interactive tour we are creating at the Fire Museum of Maryland. Children learn about how the paid Baltimore City Fire Department was created and why.

Then the students fight the Clay Street Fire of 1873 on a 77 inch, Smartboard as they role-play as actual firemen from that time period, see the flyer attachment.…


The 1916 Mack Bulldog Roars Again

Posted on August 6, 2010 at 10:46am 0 Comments

The 1916 Mack Bulldog Roars Again

After 39 years, the restoration of Baltimore Fire Department Engine 23 is virtually

complete and on the road again. Stephen Heaver, Sr. and Stephen Heaver, Jr.,



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At 11:05am on March 11, 2010, Chris said…
Looking after the Fire Museum, what a sweet job. Welcome to the Nation Rob.

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