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Name:Deddington old fire station 3
Address:Earls Lane
Year Range: ?-1952
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Further Information/ Provenance:
- There has been a fire station in the village since 1900. The original site of the station was at Goose Green, where they had a manual pump. It was later moved and the pump was then kept under the town hall. The third site was in Earls Lane, at this time the pump was a coal driven steamer, towed by horses. Since about 1930 the fire engine has been motorised. In 1952 the station moved to its present site in Banbury Road, the fire engine was then an ATV which towed a trailer pump with a hose reel.

Not shown on available maps November 2012

"Oxfordshire Fire Service 1948-1974"
- Deddington 10, when transferred from NFS, later North 10. Earls Lane. Replacement station opened Banbury Road 1953
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