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Karl R. Josker | all galleries >> Buffalo >> The Firehouses Of Buffalo > Engine 22
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27-AUG-2003 Karl R. Josker

Engine 22

1528 Broadway, Buffalo

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Guest 06-Jun-2013 00:06
Hey Bilger....My name was Richie...I was the (House Cat) there. Remember me when I brought you a Chess set at your retirement dinner? I could always beat at chess!Living now in Florida. Working in medicine.
BFD LT 22-Jan-2010 00:48
No other station boasts the "pride" that E-22 does?! Either you're a firefighter at 22 or a civilian who doesn't know the history of certain members from 22. Ask them about how they tried to get E-33 closed and succeeded in getting E-18 closed...All to keep them open. Pride? Yeah right!
Zack 19-Jun-2009 04:04
This station is practically right around the corner from me. From the time i was little i always saw them at a fire or suce. This is where i am hoping to work when i get older.
Albert Bilger 18-Jun-2006 14:37
I started at E22in 1950.And was Captain when I retired in 1970.E22 was a good company with excellent members.
Guest 08-Feb-2005 01:13
Engine 22's quarters have served the East Side and Polonia for over 120 years. The station design was actually used in several station houses. These include, E-16, E-18, E-19. Engine 22 is one of the busiest companies in the city. I must say too, the firefighters are exceptionally proud of their station. No other station boasts the pride that Engine 22 does.