The Fire Engine at Disneyland is a classic vehicle that visitors can ride on as part of a fun and unique experience. The fire engine is located on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland, and it is one of several vintage vehicles that are available for guests to ride.

The fire engine is a beautifully restored 1916 Seagrave pumper that is painted bright red with gold and black accents. The vehicle features a classic fire engine siren and bell that can be heard as it makes its way up and down Main Street. It can hold up to eight guests at a time, and riders sit on bench seats facing each other.

The fire engine ride is a slow and leisurely experience, as it takes guests on a tour of Main Street, U.S.A. The ride provides great views of the street and all of the shops and buildings along it. The fire engine typically operates during the day and can be a great way to take a break from walking around the park. It’s a popular attraction, so guests may need to wait in line to ride, but the experience is well worth it for those who love vintage vehicles and Disneyland history.