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Westmoreland Fire Station
Historic Westmoreland, New Hampshire was once a fort town built to protect early settlers along the Connecticut River. Its Park Hill Meetinghouse holds a Paul Revere bell and is considered one of the most beautiful churches in New England.
Fire stations must be designed to prioritize technology, storage, and ease of egress.
Tearing down the old firehouse allowed for a modern-inspired fire station that works hard and looks the part in this quintessential historic town.
By showing restraint in the exterior design, the town’s budget could be put toward the progressive, technical interior of this volunteer fire station.
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