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Fire Station Details - Edenbridge old fire station 1

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Name:Edenbridge old fire station 1
Address:77/79 High Street
Year Range: ?-?
51.195687 North
00.065526 East
Further Information/ Provenance:
- A mid 15th century building which originally had a recessed centre (a Wealden) and was jettied at both ends. The entrance to the Bookshop is the original Cross passage at the Low End of the Hall.
Medieval loft at the north end. At one time this was the fire station. Horses were brought from elsewhere in the High Street when the Bell, which hung in the Gable, was rung
- central part with dormer window was once the fire station

Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1913. [Part 1: County & Localities], page 275
- no address given

Edenbridge by Henry L. Somers-Cocks, M.A. & V.F. Boyson published by Edenbridge Chronicle Office in 1912
- present brigade was formed about 1870

Shown on 1897 1:2500 OS map

Garry Wainwright
- brigade established 1870
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