Fire Museum of York County

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Originally the home of Royal Fire Company No. 6, this marvelous structure is now home to The Fire Museum of York County, part of the York County Heritage Trust. The museum houses vintage fire trucks and horse-drawn fire carriages, among other items. Constructed in 1903, this building features several typical Romanesque Revival details including the tower, rounded arches and windows; of course, the quoins (corner feature) and wide eaves appear to have been borrowed from the Renaissance Revival Style.

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2002 by Scott D. Butcher

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