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On July 23, the city of St. Paul finally retired its last horse-drawn fire engine. What year? A) 1914 B) 1924 C) 1934 For the answer, click on the headline above...
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B) On July 23, 1924, St. Paul's fire department phased out its last horse-drawn fire engine, with the last team retired from Station House 13 at Raymond and Hampton Avenues.

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