In 2015, after many years of fundraising, the 1897 Clapp and Jones Fire Steam Pumper was sent away to ‘Classic Coachworks’ in Blenheim, Ontario be restored to working order by Stan Uher.
After 19 months and about 1400 hours of restoration and a cost of $250,000 the Pumper is restored and on its way back to Dawson City to take pride of place in our museum.
You can read more about the restoration by clicking the link below:
Deputy Fire Chief Buffalo Taylor with the restored steamer.
Below are some post-restoration photos of the Clapp and Jones Steamer.
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