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Tunxis Hose Firehouse

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Tunxis Hose Volunteer Fire Company Engine-Tanker 5 Responding With MAJOR Q2B & Air Horns!!!!!

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Tunxis Hose Volunteer Company 1 Rescue 15 Responding COLD

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*SUPER RARE* Tunxis Hose Co. 1 BRAND NEW Engine 3 Responding!!!!!

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Tunxis Hose Fire Department Engine Tanker 5 and Engine 2 Responding

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Southwest/Tunxis Hose Fire Department Engine 3 Backing Into Farmington FD Quarters For Training

The Tunxis Hose Firehouse is an historic firehouse at Lovely Street and Farmington Avenue in the center of Unionville, Connecticut. BUilt in 1893, it is a well-preserved example of a late 19th-century rural firehouse with Queen Anne Victorian features. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 28, 1983. It presently houses a muster vehicle for Tunxis Hose Company No. 1, a local volunteer fire company.
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