Adamstown maintains a small museum inside the station housing the company’s first rig, a used “Little Giant” hand pumper, a 1919 Ford Model “T” which had its’ pump & engine transferred from a horse drawn engine as well as assorted firematic memorabilia.

Constructed in 1997, this four bay station replaced a former service station that was remodeled by the members in 1981 to act as the fire station (it is currently used as the borough library & offices).









Brush 11 - 2000 Ford F-350/PolyBody 150 gpm/300 gal.

Engine 11-2 - 1989 Pierce Dash 1500 gpm/1000 gal.

This rig was replaced in 2013 with a demonstrator model Pierce Saber 75’ quint designed Truck 11.  

Engine 11-1 - 2006 Pierce Enforcer 1750 gpm/1000 gal.

Special thanks to company president Steve Dunn for his assistance in positioning the rigs & providing background information on the company’s operations.

Adamstown Fire Co.

Lancaster County Station 11

Organized in 1874, the company provides Fire protection to the Borough of Adamstown as well as sections of Brecknock & East Cocalico Townships. Thirty volunteers answer an average of 100 alarms annually serving a primarily residential area as well as a stretch of commercial occupancies (mostly antique dealers) on Route 272.