Beverly Shores
Volunteer Fire Department

The Town of Beverly Shores is located along US Highway 12 in Northeast Porter County . Beverly Shores is known for it's premiere lakeshore and is also home to 6 structures that were once part of the 1933-1934 Chicago World's Fair "A Century Of Progress". Organized in 1946, the 20 volunteer members of BSFD run an average of 115 calls per year. BSFD provides Fire, Rescue & BLS Non-transport protection to 800 residents living in an area of 5 square miles.

Station
Beverly Shores Fire Station - 868 Broadway

 

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Engine 2511 - 2006 Rosenbauer/Central States Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal
E-2511 runs first out on all fires and second for MVA's.
 
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Engine 2511 - 2006 Rosenbauer/Central States Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal
E-2511 runs first out on all fires and second for MVA's.
 
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Engine 2510 - 1991 International 4900/Darley Champion - 1250gpm/1000gal
E-2510 runs second out on fire calls in hyrdrant ares and first on all mutual aid calls for an Engine company.
 
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Engine 2510 - 1991 International 4900/Darley Champion - 1250gpm/1000gal
 
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Tanker 2540 - 1991 GMC Topkick/Darley Champion - 500gpm/2000gal
Tanker 2540 runs second out on all fire calls in non hydrant areas and first out on all tanker mutual aid calls.
 
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Tanker 2540 - 1991 GMC Topkick/Darley Champion - 500gpm/2000gal
 
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Squad 2530 - 1999 Ford F-550/Becker Fire Equipment - 125gpm/300gal/30A foam/30B foam
Like many Squads in the state, this apparatus serves many purposes. Squad 2530 runs first out on all brush fires and MVA's.
This squad is BLS Non-transport certified and runs first out on all medical calls in Beverly Shores. It can also respond to
medical calls with nearby Pine Township, just down Highway 12.

 
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Squad 2530 - 1999 Ford F-550/Becker Fire Equipment - 125gpm/300gal/30A foam/30B foam
2530 carries extrication tools, various medical supplies and an AED.

 
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Command 2550 - 1995 Jeep Cherokee
This is the Chief's personnal vehicle and he responds to all calls with it
 
Special thanks to FF Steve Whybrew for his help in arranging these apparatus for pictures and providing
department background and history.