Standard Iron & Engine Works, Ltd - Edmonton, Alberta

Little is known about the Standard Iron & Engine Works of Edmonton, Alberta, except that they made agricultural machinery, including sweep rakes, and that they made a tug boat named the "Radium Scout". They also made the fire hydrant shown here. This is one of several Canadian "clones" of the List 90 hydrant made by Ludlow Valve.

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Photos courtesy of Bob Knoll.

  Model: Unknown
Identifying Characteristics: Nearly identical to the Ludlow List 90.

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Nozzles: 2x 2.5", 1x 4"
Date: 1935
Close-up of logo.

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