First Maple Street StationWelcome to the website of The Fire Fighters Museum of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Located at 56 Maple Street, the Museum offers an extensive collection of vintage fire apparatus, artifacts, pictures and information about the history of fire fighting in the city of Winnipeg and it's suburbs. Dedicated to the Winnipeg Fire Fighters, both past and present, their families and friends, we offer you a glimpse of what fire fighting was like from 1882 to the present day.

SteamerIn the Museum Section, you'll find a bit of anything and everything about our building, past apparatus and our proud and colourful history. For our retired fire fighters we have the WFD Pensioners page. The Sizzlin' Stuff Section offers a variety of items from hot links and jokes, to an art gallery for the artist in you. Right now there's some ceiling tiles available in the Burnin' Bargains, from a fire station that was built in 1906. Make sure you check out the Flamin' Foto's. These are pictures that have not been archived.

I hope you will enjoy your visit to our web site. If you have any questions, feel free to email the Museum. And if you are in the neighbourhood some day, please stop by and say hello.

I hope you enjoy your visit and before you go, please remember to sign our Guest Book.

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I would like to thank everyone for all their time,  hard work and assistance. Acknowledgments

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