Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: In Case of Fire

In Argentina an antique car show in the Barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires featured an old fire truck from 1918 used by the bomberos voluntarios (volunteer firemen).
An antique firetruck at a car show in Buenos Aires' Recoleta Barrio, ArgentinaAntique car show in the Barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires featured an old fire truck from 1918, used by the volunteer firemen (bomberos voluntarios)Antique car show in the Barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires featured an old fire truck from 1918, used by the volunteer firemen (bomberos voluntarios)A brass fireman’s helmet from the same time period.Antique car show in the Barrio of Recoleta in Buenos Aires featured an old fire truck along with this firemans helmet from the same time periodBomba means ‘pump’ in Spanish; the ‘bomberos’ are pumpers. Malaysia also uses the Spanish word ‘Bomba’ on their firetrucks.
Bomba or Firetruck in Melaka, MalaysiaA sign in Mexico City on what to do in case of fires.In case of fire signBáo Dông! What to do when you see a fire in Vietnam includes pulling the fire alarm and grabbing the nearest bucket, shovel or fire extinguisher.
In Case of Fire Sign in Hanoi, VietnamFire safety in the ancient wood structure of Shwenandaw Monastery consists of buckets and shovels (Mandalay, Myanmar).
Fire Safety for the Carved Wooden Shwenandaw Monastery in MandalayFirehose in a building on the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver, Canada.Firehose in 1000 Parker Street on the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver, CanadaMore on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Fire Trucks, Fire Houses, Fire Hydrant.

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