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Stoke Newington Fire Station

London Fire Brigade F32 Stoke Newington Fire Station

London Fire Brigade F32 Stoke Newington Fire Station

Details of London Fire Brigade's F32 Stoke Newington Fire Station, including Address, Allocation and History.

Stoke Newington Fire Station


Command District:  Eastern
Borough: Hackney
Station Callsign: F32
Opened: 1974
Address: 64 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0AR


Allocation

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Notes

Stoke Newington was constructed on this site and opened in 1974.

The new station was necessary to replace the existing Metropolitan Fire Brigade station, built in 1882 on nearby Leswin Road, which had become unsuitable for the modern needs of the Brigade.

The MFB station was saved from demolition and survives today as a community space.

Metropolitan Fire Brigade Stoke Newington Fire Station - CLOSED
Former Metropolitan Fire Brigade Stoke Newington Fire Station in Leswin Road.