Rear of the apparatus shows the hosebed, ground ladder compartment, and the storage for couplings and adapters.
Officer's side of the apparatus shows a similar layout to FDCB's current engines.
Blue Hills was a city Northeast of Castle Beach that was annexed mid-2016 along with the city of Sequoia. In the Blue Hills acquisition, Castle Beach Fire Department added on 1 station, which is composed of 1 engine company and 1 truck company.
Engine 207 had quite the distinction of being one of the last of the Enforcer chassis to be produced prior to its reintroduction in 2014. Like most the engine companies in the area, Engine 207 was built to put water on the "red devil." If you're wondering why the body design is similar to that of FDCB's engines, it's because BHFD tagged onto one of FDCB's apparatus orders. The only difference this engine had with the ones for FDCB was that it was on the Enforcer chassis instead of the Arrow XT.
2007 Pierce Enforcer Triple Combination Engine
1500 gpm Waterous pump
500 gal. water
20 gal. Class A foam
Staffed by 4
Overall, I think Castle Beach Fire Department is coming along nicely, although I really want a couple more engines as well as an ARFF division. Stay tuned for Truck 7!