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Central Fire Station (Falmouth, Massachusetts)

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Built  1929
Opened  1929
Architect  S. Wesley Haynes
NRHP Reference #  98000146
Added to NRHP  26 February 1998
Central Fire Station (Falmouth, Massachusetts)
Location  Falmouth, Massachusetts
Architectural style  Colonial Revival architecture
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The Central Fire Station is a historic fire station at 399 Main Street in Falmouth, Massachusetts. The two storey brick building was built in 1929 to a design by Fitchburg architects Haynes & Mason. The brick is laid in Flemish bond, and there are wooden quoins at the corners. The central doorway is flanked by pilasters, and is topped by a fanlight. The flat roof is hidden from view by a low parapet. To the left of the doorway is the main truck bay, and to its right is a group of five sash windows. Both the truck bay and window group are topped by matching low arched finish with keystone.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

References

Central Fire Station (Falmouth, Massachusetts) Wikipedia


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