New Salvage Corps Station at Brooklyn.

Issue 1 and Volume 45.

New Salvage Corps Station at Brooklyn. A new fire station for the Salvage corps of the borough of Brooklyn, New York, will be opened very soon at 12-14 Dean street, about one block away from the present station at 172 Pacific street. It will be known as No. 1 station and will serve the downtown section of the borough. The old No. 1 station will then be abandoned. The new station is described as a model firehouse, and is equiped with every convenience that can be found. The structure is 50 ft. in width and 100 ft. deep. It is two stories in height. The exterior is of brick, with limestone trimmings. It is not only convenient, but commodious—a matter of much importance to those who have to live in it. The corps consists of twenty-five officers and men, quartered in three stations, each of which is equiped with two…

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