Sedalia Fire Department

Sedalia Fire Department

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Sedalia Fire Station (Sedalia, Colo.), built in 1907 at the intersection of Highway 85 and Highway 67. The building was a one story frame building with a bell tower and a false front. The false front has a double door, a sign painted on it that reads "Fire Engine No. 1." Two fire wagons and 6 men are in front of the building. Utility poles are visible in the background, as is Cherokee Mountain. The building was torn down to make Highway 67.
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1 negative : black and white ; 10 x 13 cm. (4 x 5 inches)
1 photograph : black and white, glossy ; 8 x 13 cm. (4 x 5 inches)


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