Indianapolis Fire Department

Station 52 - House Street Bullies - Acton

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Indianapolis Fire Station 52 - 11224 House Street - Acton
The 52's are located in the center of the small Town of Acton southeast of Indianapolis. The 52's is the furthest southeast station in the county. Located just west of the Shelby County line, the "House Street Bullies" was previously home to four apparatus. The station now houses Engine, Tanker and Medic 52.

Engine 52 - 2007 Seagrave Marauder II Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal
Engine 52 was the first of two identical Seagrave Marauders delivered to the department in 2007. It will be joined by Engine 55 when the new Station 55 opens in January 2008 on Thompson Rd.

Engine 52 - 2007 Seagrave Marauder II Custom Pumper - 2000gpm/650gal
This fast and sharp new rig entered service in September 2007. It is setup as a Rescue Pumper and responds to fire, extrication and medical assist calls.

Engine 52 - 2007 Seagrave Marauder II Custom Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal
In this picture from early 2009, E-52 appears in it's previous Franklin Township striping.

Tanker 52 - 1999 Navistar/ - 4000gal
Since Franklin Township's merger with IFD, this tanker was placed into reserve status. It's sole purpose is to backup Tankers 55 and 42 should those apparatus need a spare. It is housed at Station 52.

Tanker 52 - 1999 Navistar/ - 4000gal


Medic 52 - 1999 Ford E-450/MedTec/2010 Lifestar
This rig formerly previously served Franklin Township Fire Department and was made a reserve in 2007. It was refurbished and repainted by the Township and now responds with a Wishard EMS Crew from their same location.