This section displays old & vintage fire equipments, pictures, publications and artefacts.
Left above: The oldest object in the museum: a swob mop used to extinguish flames. (19th century)
Middle: Rusted-through chemical fire extinguisher from the 1920s/30s, discovered in a remote and long-abandoned building complex that had served as an old people's home and an asylum. Maalahti, Finland.
Right: A primitive dry powder fire extinguisher Branus, manufactured in the Netherlands. (The tube)
Below: A so-called Nazi-type fire helmet from Finland (1950s).
Right :A gift article (liquor bottle) from Finland that imitates a spool of rescue rope, a standard item in a fireman's personal gear.
Above: A French toy fire engine from 1950's
FBU Miniature helmet/paperweight/gift object, Fire Brigade Union (UK).
4 Firefighting Technology Past and Present,
children's collectible cards
from the former German Democratic Republic.