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The Fire Museum . The Lego Fire Museum had its first home in an old fire station. The building was built in the Italianate style in 1904. . The Italianate style of architecture is a distinct 19th Century phase in the history of Classical architecture. It is inspired by 16th Century Italian Renaissance architecture. The Italianate style was first developed in Britain about 1802. From the 1840s to the 1890s it was hugely popularity in the United States. The Italianate style was suitable for many different building materials and budgets. It was used for virtually every type of building, from private residences to large public buildings. The Old Fire Station was active from 1904 until 2000 when it was closed. Over the years many classic fire trucks called this building home. These include Mack, Aherns-Fox and American LaFrance The Old Fire Station became the first home to the Fire Museum. Over the years a number of additions behind the Old Fire Station have been built to accommodate the ever growing collection. BFD552@Gmail.com.


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