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  • Tillerman-6
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    Plenty of turn-of-the-century pics here: www.elmirafire.org



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  • mfgentili
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    Check these stations from New Bedford, MA.
    http://www.geocities.com/nblocal841/stations.html

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  • WTFDFF10
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    Well it doesn't really fit your criteria, but I thought I'd post it anyways 'cause it's a cool picture
    http://www.wtfd.net/images/oldstation.jpg

    We still use this same station but it has been extensively remodeled and added onto(3 bays added to the right side - 1 is a long drive-through bay and a 250 person capacity meeting room added onto the rear.)

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  • daysleeper47
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    http://youngstownfiredept.8m.com

    Go to the Station 7 link on the left, or try the Retired/Closed Station page. Station 4(a), 5(a), and 6(a) were all identical, two bays, and red brink. Go ahead and use the pics if you want, just let me know first.

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  • FF's SignfOthr
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    Milwaukee Fire Department has a few nice pictures of older firehouses. They're still working on it, so check back for updates. Check out photos of Engines 1, 6, 7, 21, 26, & 27 for a few of the older ones.
    www.milfire.com/stations.html

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  • FFTRITT
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    link to Buffalo Fire site - it has moved www.ci.buffalo.ny.us/buffalofire/Fire_Houses/body_fire_houses.html

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  • nsfirechap
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    www.fdny.com has a lot od old picture of FDNY stations on the links to various Engine/Ladder Companies

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  • FitzBFDT2
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    This is the home of the City of Bayonne Fire Department's Engine Company 5. The station was opened in 1884 and has served the citizens of Bayonne since.



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    City of Bayonne (NJ) FD
    www.bayonnenj.org/fire/

    [This message has been edited by FitzBFDT2 (edited 05-16-2001).]

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  • FFJB45
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    this is our station all the to the left http://www.uxbridgema.com/

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  • FHandz17
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    http://www.kirkwoodmo.org/fire/firehouse2.htm

    Our Station #2, Oldest operating in St. Louis County. The tarp is from weather damage, repairs on the way. Built in 1929, truck barely fits!!!!! Great station, approx 6 runs/day or so.

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  • retrotex
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    The Buffalo, NY fire department still uses a lot of old houses. This is a link from their webpage:
    http://www.ci.buffalo.ny.us/buffalof...ire_houses.htm

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  • Poin
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    Check out the following link....

    http://www.emergencypreplans.com/washies/History.htm

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  • dfwscotty
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    old fire station pics

    Anyone have a link to pics of old firehouses? Maybe constructed of red brick, 2 story single bay?

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