Engine 44-3 was the last piece of fire apparatus Springfield Fire Company used that had a totally open cab. Utilized as a water supply piece, the piece of equipment supplied the water for many historic fires in Springfield Township and surrounding communities. Now a retired piece of apparatus, 44-3 is still used by the members of Company 44 for parades, drills and funerals. Repowered with a Detroit Deisel Engine and refurbished in 1980, 44-3 will have a lasting memory in the minds of past, present and future members of Springfield Fire Company. This unit features: 1250 gpm Hale Mid-Ship Two Stage Pump, 310 Gallon capacity Water Tank, Front Suction/Intake, Two Hard Suctions for Drafting, 2400′ 3 1/2″ Supply Hose, 150′ 1 1/2″ Preconnected Crosslay Hoseline, 200′ 1 1/2″ Preconnected Crosslay Hoseline, 250′ 3/4″ Booster Hoseline, 24′ Extension Ladder, 12′ Ground / Roof Ladder.