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Name:Gainsborough old fire station 1 site
Address:Lord Street
Town:Gainsborough
Brigade:Lincolnshire
Postcode:
  
Year Range: 1903-? (demolished)
  
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Latitude/Longitude:
53.399690 North
00.777546 West
        
Further Information/ Provenance: 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/tatraskoda/15369977281
- GUDC, Fire Station, The Woolpack & Red Hall. Nice shot from the early 1960s of Gainsborough's Lord Street. The fine Georgian building was the old Gainsborough Urban District Council Building - they moved out into the new Guildhall in April, 1966. Also on this row is the old fire station, and in the middle distance can be seen the entry to Caskgate Street with the Woolpack Inn on the corner

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire, 1909, page 203
- steam fire engine kept at Central ststion, Lord Street. Manual at Chapel Staithe. Also appliances at the Town Hall; Police Station, Spring Gardens; Albert Hall, Trinity Street; Water works, Lea Road; Bridge Street; Morton terrace; Royal Hall, Spital Terrace. The new station was opened in January 1903 at cost of 1000

Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire, 1919, page 194
- steam fire engine kept at Central ststion, Lord Street. Manual at Chapel Staithe. Also appliances at the Town Hall; Police Station, Spring Gardens; Albert Hall, Trinity Street; Water works, Lea Road; Bridge Street; Morton terrace; Baltic Mill, Bridge Street. The new station was opened in January 1903 at cost of 1000
 
 
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