"Not allowed!" ("Lighting fires in the forest is forbidden") Educational brochure from Soviet Estonia.
Left: Instructions for use of Soviet foam extinguisher OHP-10, from the Sillamäe training bunker.
Middle (on a shelf): Soviet firefighting gift articles:
Miniature OHP-10 fire extinguishers and a miniature helmet.
Right background: Soviet-Estonian sign. "SMOKERS: EVERY SECOND FOREST FIRE IS ON YOUR CONSCIENCE! IN THE DRY SEASON SMOKING IN THE FOREST IS ALLOWED ONLY IN DESIGNATED SMOKING AREAS!"
From the fire museums Photograph collections: Fireman's pole in the Nómme fire station in Tallinn.
Photos of the Mustamäe fire station in Tallinn a few months prior to the
gaining of Estonian independence in 1991.
- Shift supervisor Sergeant Igor Volke and Fireman Karli Sassi photographed in the equipment hall
in front of a turntable ladder fire engine "Zil".
Sign from the Estonian Soviet Republic:
"Owing to the great risk of fire, walking and driving vehicles in the forest and swamp areas
is temporarily FORBIDDEN by decree of the Executive Committee of the Soviet of Deputies"