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Fire Museum in New York  

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An old firehouse renovated in 1904 is the home of the New York City Fire Museum, the city's most original museum. Fire as a general concept and hundreds of different attractions. It starts with the evidence and the voices of the firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11 until you get the exposure of trucks used during the Civil War, from the baskets of skin to transport water, lanterns, helmets and uniforms.
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The New York City Fire Museum preserves one of the America’s most important and attractive collections of fire related art and artifacts from the late 18th century to the present. Part of the collection are pre Civil War hand pumped fire... more engines, leather buckets, horse drawn vehicles and early motorized apparatus, helmets, parade hats and belts, lanterns and tools. For example, one of the earliest fire engines in the collection is the "Farnam" style engine, that was built in New York around 1790, it is one of the oldest fire engines in North America. The New York City Fire Museum is located in the famous SoHo district of Manhattan in New York City at 278 Spring Street, in a old firehouse renovated in 1904.
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