Saturday, September 24, 2016

moville fire station

The official opening of the Moville Fire Station was in December 2008.  It houses two fire trucks as you can see inside the door.  I don’t know what the town did before they got this station but they probably had assistance from a nearby town when there was a fire.


The church in the background is Moville Presbyterian Church.  This photo was taken at a later date than the first one.  The engines just left a few minutes before I came by on my way to Centra, one of our local grocery stores.




15 comments:

  1. It is a well-endowed people.

    Tomás.

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  2. A great fire station for the town!

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  3. We who have the use of these dedicated men and women are more than fortunate. I've seen some of these people in grocery stores and coffee shops on occasion, and I cannot thank them enough. Neat and trim station!

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  4. Must be very comforting to have the fire station so close Bill, that's the trouble with fires, they do their damage so quickly! I'm liking Moville more and more every day!

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  5. Must be very comforting to have the fire station so close Bill, that's the trouble with fires, they do their damage so quickly! I'm liking Moville more and more every day!

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  6. It have to be really small town if the fire station is so small....

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  7. The end of the bucket brigades. :-)

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  8. The end of the bucket brigades. :-)

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  9. Some small towns here rely on volunteer fire brigades but they typically have some sort of station to start from. It can be pretty perilous if you have to wait for assistance from another town.

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  10. Goodness. I'm glad they have their own fire brigade now - it must have been a momentous occasion when it opened.

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  11. Na segunda foto, o céu está bem iluminado.

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