Weekend Weathervanes: Firetruck Weathervane, Woodbridge, CT.

Now I know what to do with those photos – “thanks” to Heather Wilkinson Rojo at Nutfield Genealogy; she blogs Weekly Wednesday Weathervanes  in New Hampshire.  Please check out her page and enjoy the many unusual weathervane photos and often be entertained with a history lesson. It’s amazing at what you can encounter in your travels – You Just Need To Look Up!

Weekend Weathervanes

Firetruck Weathervane, Woodbridge, CT.

While tag sailing this morning… Look what I found!

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I love weathervanes that represent the business. This is the only firehouse truck I have seen to date and sits high above The Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Department on Center Road.


Their volunteer fire department is made up of about 45 members, and also a junior group of 5, with ages ranging from 15 to 17 years; eight engines complete their department.


Woodbridge Fire Department


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3 Responses to Weekend Weathervanes: Firetruck Weathervane, Woodbridge, CT.

  1. JW Brown says:

    I love this weathervane, one of my favorites in your series so far. Keep looking up Jeanne!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Evelyn Smith says:

    How appropriate to have a Weathervane represent your business and a very interesting history of this Fire Department, which has only been around for ten years and wasn’t wanted. I’d be interested to know why the residents or Selectmen were so opposed to having a Fire Department around.
    Sadly, they remain a sore spot with many in the community. Something to do with a buffer zone and the wetlands.
    What a quick, observant eye to catch these Weathervanes.


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