Atlantic Hose House (abandoned) – Augusta ME

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According to the auditors report in the 1934 town report, the CWA was involved in reconstruction of the fire station known as the Atlantic Hose House.

According to a 2016 city report, the building is currently in a severe case of decay. For a time it was used by the Cony High School athletic department across the street for storage and activities but has been empty for several years, and boarded up. The city recommends that it be razed due to its condition.

Source notes

City of Augusta Mayor 's Address and Annual Reports of the Several Departments of the City Government

City of Augusta Informational Meeting Agenda June 23, 2016

Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on July 26, 2019.

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Location Info


111 Cony St.
Augusta, ME 04330

Coordinates: 44.316508, -69.766306

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