Shelburne Engine 2 is a 1999 American LaFrance Eagle. It is equipped with a rear-mounted 1,500-gallon per minute single-stage pump from Hale and a 1,000-gallon water tank. This Engine is also equipped with a Foam-Pro 2100 foam system with two 20-gallon foam cells and an aftermarket Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS).
The vehicle is powered by a 500-horsepower Detroit Diesel Series 60 diesel engine and has an Allison World transmission. It is capable of generating 10 kW of electrical power, carries a 26-foot two-fly extension ladder and a crew of six. Instead of crosslays, each side has 300 feet of handline on an electric reel. Engine 2 is also set up for vehicle extrication with two 100-foot preconnected hydraulic reels connected to a pair of 9-inch cutters and medium spreaders. It also has a 100-foot preconnected compressed air line and a preconnected 150-foot cord reel.
Depending on the specific circumstances, Engine 2 is generally the second to roll for structure fires and the first out for motor vehicle accidents.