Photograph of the Los Angels Fire Department's Company 14 horse-drawn fire engine, ca.1910. The engine is pulled by two galloping horses, a gray one on the left and a dark one on the right. There are two firemen riding the engine, one of them in the driver's seat and the other standing on the back. The engine itself has a large steam water pump in the middle and a hose mounted on the side. There are houses and trees in the background, as well as several utility poles. The words "L.A.F.D. No. 14" are scrawled beneath the engine.