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Headquarters in Kansas City was this massive stone structure.
The Central Fire Station at St. Joseph.
City Hall & The Fire Station at Richmond
Quote from: Box 2565 on November 03, 2002, 09:15:17 PMHeadquarters in Kansas City was this massive stone structure.The mighty KCFD!!! Still standing proud at 1020 Central. This building offically called Central Fire Station built in 1902 served as Fire Headquarters, Fire Repair Shops, and Fire House 2. The top floor was a large gym and fire poles decended all three floors. This Fire House took the place of the first Fire Headquarters at 807 Walnut home of Engine 2, Truck 1.Fire Headquarters 1020 Central Kansas City, Missouri Fire Headquarters moved to the 22nd floor of City Hall in 1967Fire Repair ShopsMoved to new fire acadmey in 1965Central Fire Station #2Truck 1, Pumper 2, Car 101 (Deputy Chief)Closed in 1977Truck 1 moved to Fire House 25Pumper 2 moved to Fire House 7Car 101 moved to Fire House 10Tragic and Sad the two oldest continously operated Fire Companies were closed in the late 1990's. McGee H&L 1: Truck 1 disbanded in 1997 to orgnize Rescue 1 and John Campbell No.2: Pumper 2 disbanded in 1999 to form the reorgnized Pumper 3. Car 101 city wide tour commander is still at Fire House 10 with Truck 3 and Pumper 10. Pumper 4 is now the oldest continously operated fire company in the KCFD. Rick