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Hey Bill goed dat ze er zijn, hopelijk nooit nodig.Groet Kees.
You can almost always identify the fire department of the red doors .. Nice photo.
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A common sight at fire stations, good to train the shills.
And perhaps drying the fire hoses.
They have an important job!
That's a neat wee fire station Bill, shame there weren't any hunky fireman climbing the drill tower ☺☺
Very tidy and ready for action there, Bill! Takes me back to the days when my son was small and loved watching Fireman Sam on TV!
...red doors, a good color for a fire house.
You look well protected!
It wouldn't be out of place here. Fire stations here often have those big doors with windows.
Did you ever read "Fahrenheit 451"? Every time I see a fire station, I think of that book, which I think should be required reading in all of our schools. It is needed now more than ever with the Orange Monster on the rampage!
Reminds me of a tower I used to see quite often here in Virginia.
Love the way you compose your shots! This is no exception!
Fire engine all polished up and ready for service!
Always a comfort to know they're ready and willing.
That's quite a tower, and one I wouldn't want to climb up!!