Fire Station No. 3
239 Champlain Street
The devastation caused by major fires in Hull explains the scarcity of old buildings that could illustrate the city's history. Fire Station No. 3, built in 1911 by Hull architect Charles Brodeur and contractor Arthur Bourque, was one of the first municipal facilities for fighting fires.
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Latitude North 45.4335536 Longitude West 75.7114382