fire station

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Synonyms for fire station

a station housing fire apparatus and firemen

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The fire house was opened in 1994 and consists of a 3 storey building which has been in constant use to provide realistic breathing apparatus (ba) training for the last 23 years.
Columbia Fire House in Columbia's Congaree Vista district, is close to downtown Columbia, the state's Capitol Building, the University of South Carolina and the University of South Carolina's Alumni Center, which is currently under development.
They say she continued through the front door of the New Hyde Park fire house and hit two fire trucks.
The condensing unit at the fire house also will be replaced.
It has now emerged that a two-storey training centre known as a fire house has been built on the site without getting any planning permission.
5 million bond issue for a new fire house and police station.
Irish American, headed by Adam Franklin, currently holds the lease for the Fire House pub in Great Charlotte Street, Liverpool.
Thank you for what you do and know that your magazine gets read cover-to-cover in this fire house.
Mr Scoppetta said: 'Anyone who was involved in sexual activity at this fire house will be fired.
Dalmatians were eventually used as fire house dogs, because of their calming effect on horses.
David Quiggins, owner of the two companies, gave away 500 posters to each Fire House honoring all fire fighters for their heroic actions.
Refreshments will be served in the fire house after the dedication.
The Slaughter House, in Fenwick Street, and the Fire House, in Great Charlotte Street, are both owned by Irish American Leisure Limited.
But fire crews were left stunned when the state-of-the-art Bronto Aerial Lift Platform was too big to fit in their fire house.