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Old Essex Fire Hall – Follow Up

An update to Monday’s post, Erik S. sent along a few photos from the demolition for us. Also an update the confirmed date of construction was 1923, so until it recently closed it was the oldest area fire hall.

As always if you have any photos you want to share, please contact me, I’d love to see them.

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