Origin of fire door
Examples from the Web for fire door
Fire-door opening formed by flanging and riveting together the inner and outer sheets.Illustrated Catalogue of Locomotives|M. Baird, et. al..
The fire-door, for the supply of fuel, appears at M, fig. 116.The Steam Engine Explained and Illustrated (Seventh Edition)|Dionysius Lardner
The chest is heated from the subjacent grate c, upon which the fuel is laid, through the fire-door d.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Old Hobden let himself down on the coals by the fire-door. 'Puck of Pook's Hill|Rudyard Kipling
What is the result of opening the fire-door when the engine is working steam?The Traveling Engineers' Association|Anonymous