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Town Hall 
Image    Town Hall on Willow Street, Acton. Also Acton Fire Brigade headquarters.
Esquesing Historical Society
Acton Fire Station 1992 
Image  Summer 1992  New Acton fire station on Churchill Road at Highway #7. It officially opened 17 October 1992.
Esquesing Historical Society
Georgetown Fire Department 1893 
Image  24 Jun 1893  Georgetown Fire Department reorganized in January 1892. Georgetown Town Hall in background is where the fire department was located. Fire Chief is H.H. Speirs. ACC# 103
Esquesing Historical Society
Burlington Volunteer Fire Brigade trucks, 1942 
Image  1942  In the trucks in front of the fire hall, left to right, Ed Acheson, Gord Tomlinson and Chief Waumsley. The 1942 Ford (on the right), which pumped 420 gallons per minute, was still part of the fleet in 1966. 2 photograph copies
Burlington Historical Society
Burlington Fire Department, Fire Hall, Elizabeth Street,  1950 
ImageComments:  1950  Back row, left to right: George Walker, Kasper Schell, Alfie Barnes, Roy Sanderson, Harry Mercer, Bill Mike, Stan McKenna, Vickers Peart, George Peer, Stan Peart, Harold Frith, Sam Peer, Tommy Barnard, Ed Aitcheson, Bert Childs, Ross Harris, Jerry Pridmore, Frank Armstrong, Charlie Parsons, Reg....
Burlington Historical Society
Burlington Fire Department, 1953 
Image  1953 
Burlington Historical Society
Burlington Fire fighters trucks and truck crews, 1954 
Image  1954  Truck crews from the left: Charlie Parsons, Frank Armstrong, Tom Barnard, Gerry Pridmore, Ian Olsen, Reg Law, Grant Lankester and Chief James Waumsley. The station was located at the north-east corner of Elizabeth and Pine Streets.
Burlington Historical Society
Old Town Hall and Engine House with hose-drying and Town Bell tower behind, Elizabeth Street, ca 1900 
Image    The first Town Hall, built on Elizabeth Street by the Sons of Temperance, was sold to the village of Burlington in 1883 for $500, The Sons stipulated that they could use the Hall free for their weekly evening meetings. The first fire apparatus, bought in 1893, was stored in the Engine House. ...
Burlington Historical Society
Fire Department Home Inspection 
Image  1950,   Oakville Fire Department inspects a local home. Jimmy Johnson stands at the door (right) with Wes Miller.
Oakville Public LibraryTown of Oakville
Fire Hall Built in 1921 Old Hall Destroyed in 1913 
Newspapers  "Fire Hall Built in 1921 Old Hall Destroyed in 1913," Oakville Record-Star, 3 Sep 1953, 2b 
Oakville Public Library
Home for Town Firemen 
Newspapers  "Home for Town Firemen," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 5 May 1919, p. 1 
Oakville Public Library
New Central Fire Station Fourth Big Civic Project 
Newspapers  "New Central Fire Station Fourth Big Civic Project," Oakville Journal Record, 12 Dec 1966 
Oakville Public Library
Builder Runs into Problems Constructing New Fire Hall 
Newspapers  "Builder Runs into Problems Constructing New Fire Hall," Daily Journal Record, 22 Feb 1967 
Oakville Public Library
Next... A New Home for Oak's Firemen 
Newspapers  "Next... A New Home for Oak's Firemen," Daily Journal Record, 27 Jul 1967 
Oakville Public Library
Rebecca Street Fire Hall town's newest and busiest 
Newspapers  "Rebecca Street Fire Hall town's newest and busiest," Daily Journal Record, 11 Aug 1965 
Oakville Public Library
Here's how: hold on 
NewspapersImageText  "Here's how: hold on," Oakville Beaver, 8 Oct 2005, p. 16 
Oakville Public Library
Fire Department gets $50K to upgrade communications 
NewspapersText  "Fire Department gets $50K to upgrade communications," Oakville Beaver, 30 Mar 2012, p. 8  Public Safety Canada's Joint Emergency Preparedness Program
Oakville Public Library
Breaking ground on the Town's new works depot 
NewspapersImageText  Lea, David, Breaking ground on the Town's new works depot, "Breaking ground on the Town's new works depot," Oakville Beaver, 29 May 2013, p. 8  North Operations Depot; South Service Road Central Operations
Oakville Public Library
Soil problems boost fire station construction bill by $370,000 
Newspapers  "Soil problems boost fire station construction bill by $370,000," Oakville Beaver, 15 Aug 1997, p. 3 
Oakville Public Library
More fire power 
Newspapers  "More fire power," Oakville Beaver, 17 Sep 1997, p. 2  Includes photograph
Oakville Public Library
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