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Boulder City Fire Station


A safety film negative depicting Boulder's Fire station, men, equipment and watch tower.



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35 mm
Height or length
25 mm
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Boulder City
Western Australia
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Eastern Goldfields Historical Society

Eastern Goldfields Historical Society

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A rectangular brick building labelled 'Fire Station 1904', with two large arched entryways and two arched doorways. A ladder leans against each end of the building. In the foreground the fire brigade pose with equipment. In the background rises a simple triangular observation tower.
Fire fighters outside the station with their horse drawn and hand drawn fire fighting equipment. Firemen sat in the observation tower on the lookout for fires.

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