New Station Opened in Braintree

Issue 17 and Volume 84.

New Station Opened in Braintree The town of Braintree, Mass., has just placed in service a fine new brick Central Fire and Police Headquarters. The building is a handsome structure containing every convenience and so arranged that the police section is entirely separated from the fire section. Chief Fred A. Tenney, of the Fire Department, has an office on the second floor with bedroom and shower bath adjoining. This floor also contains two officers’ rooms, five double bedrooms, one single bedroom, one three-bed dormitory, supply closet, kitchen with sink and gas range, smoking and game room, library, and numerous closets. Two brass sliding poles lead to the apparatus floor. There is an office and room for the deputy chief. On the ground floor in the rear at one side just back of the watch desk and stairway is the fire alarm room. In the basement are the battery room containing…

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