Modeled after a fire mark issued by the United Fireman's Insurance Company of Philadelphia in 1860 (reproduction).

Steam-Powered Fire Engine

Reproduction made by American Cast Iron Pipe Company

About 1940

A reproduction plaque showing one of the first steam-powered fire engines (operated 1857-67), made by Reaney and Neafie of Philadelphia, used by the United Fireman’s Insurance Company of Philadelphia.

  • Titles Steam-Powered Fire Engine (Descriptive)
  • Medium cast iron
  • Dimensions 9 7/16 x 11 13/16 in., 2689.8g (24 x 30 cm, 2.7 kg)
  • Credit Line Gift of American Cast Iron Pipe Company, 1986.524
  • Work Type plaque
  • Classification Plaques