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Published on Sep 21, 2009
Winners of the Class A trophy, the Governor Bradstreet of North Andover, Massachusetts in competition at the Fireman's Muster in Woolwich, Maine.
A muster is a sport that dates back to the mid 1800s, in which a crew uses a hand pumped fire engine to see who can throw the longest stream of water. This machine is Button and Blake number 555, built in 1861 in Waterford, New York.
One of the Bradstreet Crew's mottos is: Pain is only temporary; glory lasts forever.