The Engineman Fire Print
Vintage early 1980's cartoon of NYC Fireman designed by Paul Hashagen of Rescue Company 1. The "Engineman" still hangs on the wall of kitchens and TV rooms in NYC firehouses today. Notice the rubber pull up boots and blue jeans (pre bunker gear)....... Now That's Salty
This illustration is printed on heavy 135 lb. quality stock and measures 18" x 24".
Firefighter Artwork for your department or family. Perfect for framing and ready for glass!
- Extremely Short
- Chock - Too large for sprinklers, yet never left in doors
- "Bronx Bend"
- Usually needs a shave
- Brass nozzle circa 1937
- Wet turnout coat "borrowed" from off-duty truckie
- Spanner- seen only at inspection
- Group chart and calander
- Lifts sometimes found in boots
- Boots- pulled up as soon as pants are wet.
- Hash signature (Paul Hashagen Res1cue)
Frame Not Included. Watermark will not appear on print.