Updates - KentuckyFireTrucks

KentuckyFireTrucks.com features over 6700 images from 887 departments, agencies, and organizations representing all 120 counties of Kentucky! 

The site features current digital photography and scans of older photos.  Check back often for updates! 

We estimate that we have visited approximately 98% of the active fire departments in Kentucky, plus many more that are no longer active or have consolidated.  If your department is one of the few that we are missing, please feel free to contact us to set up a photo shoot! 


Throughout the winter, we will be adding hundreds of older scanned photos.  Please check back often for updates.  We will be out on the road again in the spring of 2019!   


3/11/2019 - Additions to Drakesboro and Kentucky National Guard in Muhlenberg County.    

3/9/2019 - Added older photos to Hopkinsville and White Plains in Hopkins County.  

3/8/2019 - Added older photos to Elizabethtown, Central Hardin, and Glendale in Hardin County.  

3/4/2019 - Added older photos to Glencoe and Sparta in Gallatin County and Williamstown and Crittenden in Grant County.  

3/3/2019 - Added older photos to Owensboro, St. Joseph, and Masonville in Daviess County.  

3/1/2019 - Added older photos to Irvine, Estill County FD, and Ravenna in Estill County.  

2/24/19 - Added older photos to Burkesville and Marrowbone in Cumberland County.  

2/23/19 - Added older photos to Carrollton, Ghent, Sanders, and Westside in Carroll County. 

2/17/19 - Added older photos to Monterey in Owen, Falmouth in Pendleton, Brodhead in Rockcastle, and Woodburn in Warren counties.  

2/9/19 - Added older photos to Verona in Boone, Danville in Boyle, Olive Hill in Carter, Winchester in Clark, Franklin County FD in Franklin, Campbellsburg in Henry, Hickman Co FD in Hickman, Ryland Heights in Kenton, Tri-Community in Lee, Montgomery County FD in Montgomery, Nicholas County FD in Nicholas, and South Oldham FD in Oldham County.  

1/6/19 - Added older photos to Kyrock in Edmonson County. 

1/1/19 - Additions to Louisville Rescue Units, Hazmat/Chemical Units, and Support Units.