All is Quiet at Retired Fire Station

At Singerly’s first station near the corner of North & Main streets everything was very quiet one night this week as a full moon began its ascent in the nighttime sky.  In the late 1940s the company had outgrown its first home.  So in 1950 the members rolled up the hose, cranked up the trucks, and moved up the street one block to a greatly expanded headquarters.

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2 responses to “All is Quiet at Retired Fire Station

  1. I love that old building and its fish weathervane.

    • Thanks Falmanac. We’ve watched your nighttime photography for some time so we thought we’d give it a try too. We have a Q & A piece on the old weathervane coming up soon.

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