Fire Stations (demolished) – Auburn ME

Description

An article by Gerald Reed in the Lewiston Evening Journal Jan. 3rd, 1935 reported that the CWA helped with the funding of the construction of a sub fire station in East Auburn and the renovation of another sub fire station on Court Street on Goff Hill. Total cost of the projects was $13,846.95 with the city covering $4,396.40 for the materials.
The sub station on Center Street was rebuilt in 1974, and the the sub station on Court Street on Goff Hill was demolished and a new station built nearby on Minot Avenue in 1972.

Source notes

Lewiston Evening Journal, 1935.

Auburn Town Report, 1934 .

Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on May 11, 2014.

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Location Info


651 Center Street
Auburn, ME 04210

Coordinates: 44.125014, -70.224265

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