maintains 4 engines, 1 ladder truck, 1 heavy-rescue truck, plus an assistant chief on duty. Also, all 4 main engines carry the AMKUS Jaws of Life equipment. class "wikitable" - ! Station !! Apparatus Number !! Apparatus Type !! Status - style "text-align: center;" rowspan "2" 310 311 Rescue-Engine Pumper In service - 351 Aerial Ladder Truck In service - style "text-align: center;" rowspan "4" 320 312 Rescue-Engine Pumper
in the same neighborhood as Doug West and began high school at the same school West attended, Altoona Area High School. Before starting there, he became friends with a family, whose son played on his AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) basketball team. He spent two summers living with the family in the middle-class Pittsburgh suburb of Shaler Township (Shaler Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania), eighty five mile west of Altoona. "Holding the Fort" ''St
, Pennsylvania#Fire fire department employs 65 personnel and is the largest career department between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. PRR sponsored a city band and constructed Cricket Field (a sports complex). In 1853
programming for a syndicated movie, local news special, or at some points a sports event during the years they had broadcast rights to Pittsburgh Pirates baseball. Weekend pre-emptions included a small portion of Saturday morning cartoons in favor of syndicated children's programming. Like most CBS affiliates, KDKA never ran the Sunday morning hour of cartoons distributed by CBS as well or Sunday morning religious shows from CBS like Lamp Unto My Feet. As such, a large amount of network
, Pennsylvania Johnstown , Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), Wheeling, West Virginia and Youngstown, Ohio. However, Pittsburgh saw two UHF (Ultra high frequency) stations launch during 1953 -- ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WENS-TV (channel 16, later to become WINP-TV), and WKJF-TV (channel 53, later to become WPGH-TV), an independent (Independent station (North America)). At the time, UHF stations could not be viewed without the aid of an expensive, set-top converter, and the picture quality was marginal at best with one. UHF stations in the area faced an additional problem because Pittsburgh is located in a somewhat rugged dissected plateau, and the reception of UHF stations is usually poor in such terrain. These factors played a role in both WKJF and WENS being short-lived. Over the years, channel 2 pre-empted moderate amounts of CBS programming. At one point, from the early 1960s to 1990, they were not clearing ''As The World Turns''. At the same time, WTAJ in Altoona, Pennsylvania, did run the program and was viewable in the eastern part of the Pittsburgh market. Also, CBS affiliate WTRF in Wheeling, West Virginia was viewable in Pittsburgh and to the west. KDKA also preempted the 10 a.m. hour of game shows and reruns from CBS at various points. KDKA also produced plenty of local programs such as Evening Magazine, People Are Talking, and local news. KDKA TV also occasionally pre-empted primetime CBS programming for a syndicated movie, local news special, or at some points a sports event during the years they had broadcast rights to Pittsburgh Pirates baseball. Weekend pre-emptions included a small portion of Saturday morning cartoons in favor of syndicated children's programming. Like most CBS affiliates, KDKA never ran the Sunday morning hour of cartoons distributed by CBS as well or Sunday morning religious shows from CBS like Lamp Unto My Feet. As such, a large amount of network programming was not airing on KDKA. Westinghouse had similar practices at sister station KPIX San Francisco and NBC affiliates WBZ-TV Boston and KYW-TV Philadelphia. During the 1980s, KDKA began running CBS News Sunday Morning. At various times, WTAE has also served as the ABC affiliate for the Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania) Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), Wheeling, West Virginia Steubenville, Ohio, and Clarksburg (Clarksburg, West Virginia) Weston (Weston, West Virginia), West Virginia television markets (all of which could receive WTAE as a grade B signal). With WTAE having long been one of ABC's strongest affiliates, both parties reportedly resisted efforts by other TV stations in those cities to obtain a full-time ABC affiliation. Since then, one station was eventually granted affiliation in Altoona (WATM-TV), while WBOY-TV in Clarksburg and WTRF-TV in Wheeling (both owned by West Virginia Media Holdings, the former briefly being a sister station to WTAE in 2001) launched ABC stations on one of their digital subchannels in August 2008 Ohio Media Watch on Your ABC (WBOY-DT2) and ABC Ohio Valley (WTRF-DT3), respectively. WTAE is still available on cable in all of those markets today. In addition to those areas, WTAE can also be seen on several out-of-market cable systems throughout northwestern and central Pennsylvania, and several locations in eastern and northeast Ohio. The biggest obstacle, however, would be Pittsburgh-based Westinghouse Electric (Westinghouse Electric (1886)), owners of pioneer radio station KDKA (KDKA (AM)). Westinghouse wanted to get a TV station signed on in Pittsburgh to compete with DuMont (DuMont Television Network) O&O (Owned-and-operated station) WDTV—which at the time had a ''de facto monopoly'' in what was then the nation's sixth-largest TV market—and was growing impatient with the "freeze" of television licenses. The station had launched WBZ-TV in Boston in 1948 and would purchase WPTZ-TV (now KYW-TV) in Philadelphia in 1952, but was unable to secure a license for a TV station in its home market. By the time the "freeze" was lifted in 1952, the FCC granted smaller cities such as Steubenville, Ohio; Wheeling, West Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Altoona, Pennsylvania; Youngstown, Ohio; and Erie, Pennsylvania the chance to sign on before more stations in Pittsburgh signed on. All of those cities shared the VHF (Very high frequency) band with Pittsburgh, and only Youngstown would ultimately end up as a UHF island (Ultra high frequency#UHF islands).
family of three sons and two daughters. Herman attended school by working part time to pay his tuition. He was appointed to the United States Military Academy at the age of 14 by President (President of the United States) Andrew Jackson. He graduated in 1835 and was commissioned a second lieutenant (second lieutenant#United States) in the 3rd U.S. Infantry that July. However, he resigned his commission on September 30, 1835, to become a civil engineer. He worked as a construction engineer on the Norristown Railroad and engaged in bridge and tunnel construction. On August 30, 1838, he married Ann Cecelia Keller in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. They eventually had seven sons and four daughters. In 1839, he designed and patented a novel bridge construction technique that is known as the Haupt Truss (truss bridge); examples of bridges he constructed with this technique are in Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and Ardmore, Pennsylvania, both from 1854. 102. Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania) - State College (State College, Pennsylvania) - Johnstown (Johnstown, Pennsylvania) '''WTAJ-TV 10 (32)''' '''Canoe Creek State Park''' is a
for a "helper-ahead" of the road power is due to the road crew running short on time. All 30 units built were delivered to Conrail (Consolidated Rail Corporation), and the 28 production units were completed, tested, and painted at the former Pennsylvania Railroad shops in Altoona, Pennsylvania. In the Conrail split, Norfolk Southern (Norfolk Southern Railway) received 17 units (numbered 7200–7216) while CSX (CSX Transportation) got 13 (800–812, being renumbered to 4590–4602
is currently coaching an AAU basketball team in Austin, TX named the Austin Ice. DATE OF BIRTH March 3, 1958 PLACE OF BIRTH Altoona (Altoona, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania DATE OF DEATH Early life Although born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Fortson grew up in Altoona, Pennsylvania in a difficult home environment. He did not get along well with his father, who spent some time in jail, while his mother spent some time in the hospital. Fortson had grown up
Park, Knickerbockers, and Curtin. Some areas within Logan Township are not within the defined City limits but still considered sections of Altoona, including: Lakemont, Greenwood, Bellmeade, Westfall, Newburg, and Red Hill. Many of the older districts consist of a mix of rowhomes (Terraced house) and individual homes, which were a common building style in railroad towns so-as to provide for worker and manager housing, respectively. Image:Altoona Downtown from 5th Ward.jpg right thumb 400px
'''Altoona''' is a city in Blair County (Blair County, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania, United States. It is the principal city of the Altoona Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The population was 46,320 at the time of the 2010 Census (2010 United States Census), making it the tenth most populous city in Pennsylvania. The Altoona MSA includes all of Blair County and was recorded as having a population of 127,089 at the 2010 Census (2010 United States Census), radius of the Altoona city center according to U.S. Census zip code population data. This includes the adjacent boroughs of Hollidaysburg (Hollidaysburg, PA) and Duncansville (Duncansville, PA), adjacent townships of Logan (Logan Township, Blair County, PA), Allegheny (Allegheny Township, Blair County, PA), Blair (Blair Township, PA), Frankstown (Frankstown Township, PA), Antis (Antis Township, Blair County, PA), and Tyrone (Tyrone Township, Blair County, PA), as well as nearby boroughs of Bellwood (Bellwood, PA) and Newry (Newry, PA).
Having grown around the railroad (Rail transport) industry, under the direction of Teresa Cheung. Prominent landmarks include the Horseshoe Curve (Horseshoe Curve (Pennsylvania)), the Railroaders Memorial Museum, the Juniata Shops of the Altoona Works, the Mishler Theatre, the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (Altoona)), and the Jaffa Shrine Center.