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Posted May 2, 2005
Updated May 3, 2009

AL - Alabama #
AK - Alaska
AZ - Arizona
AR - Arkansas #
CA - California
CO - Colorado
CT - Connecticut #
DC - District of Columbia
DE - Delaware
FL - Florida
GA - Georgia
HI - Hawaii
ID - Idaho
IL - Illinois
IN - Indiana #
IA - Iowa #
KS - Kansas
KY -Kentucky
LA - Louisiana
ME - Maine
MD - Baltimore
MA - Boston 1
MA - Boston 2
MA - Boston 3
MA - Massachusetts 1
MA - Massachusetts 2
MA - New Bedford
MI - Michigan #
MN - Minnesota #
MO - Missouri #
MS - Mississippi #
MT - Montana


 
 

  NE - Nebraska #
NH - New Hampshire
NJ -  New Jersey
NM - New Mexico
NC - North Carolina #

ND - North Dakota #

NV - Nevada
NY - FDNY Bronx
NY - FDNY Brooklyn
NY - FDNY Manhattan
NY - FDNY Queens
NY - FDNY Staten Island
OH - Ohio #
OK - Oklahoma
OR - Oregon
OT - Ontario
PA - Pennsylvania

RI - Providence
RI - Rhode Island
SC - South Carolina #
SD - South Dakota
TN - Tennessee #
TX - Texas
UT - Utah
VA - Virginia
VT - Vermont
WA - Seattle
WA - Washington
WV- West Virginia #
WI - Wisconson

WY - Wyoming
 

CANADA
AB - Alberta
BC - British Columbia
MB - Manitoba
NB - New Bruswick
NS - Nova Scotia

ON - Ontario
PE - Prince Edward Island
QC - Quebec

SK - Saskatchewan





 

         
         



FIRE HOUSE - FIRE STATION - FIRE HALL
Nearly every community has one.
No matter what it is called, it is where the fire trucks are.
It is where firefighters work.  It is a place in the community where people
can go for help.  The fire station is often a reflection of the character of the
community.  It may represent the architectural style of the time and place.
Each one is different. 
This series looks at some of the fire stations I have photographed across
the USA and Canada.
Enjoy.

 


They are large like the Steadman "Super Station" in Baltimore,


They are small like the Madaket Station on Nantucket.


They are old like this 1893 Worcester Station.


They are new like the Fitchburg Fire Headquarters.


They are wide like the Massport Headquarters at Logan Airport.


They are tall like Louisville, KY Station 7.
 


They have brick walls like this Chicago station.
 


They have wood walls like this Vienna. Maine station.


or they may have no walls at all like this one in Phoenix station.


Some in paradise... Maui Station 13


Some not so nice... Newark, NJ


No matter the shape...


No matter the color...


No matter the duty....


No matter the city...


Every Fire House is a special place.


So check them out as you drive by...



"In Quarters."





 

 



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