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London Fire Brigade F34 Chingford Fire Station

London Fire Brigade F34 Chingford Fire Station

Details of London Fire Brigade's F34 Chingford Fire Station, including Address, Allocation and History.

Chingford Fire Station


Command District:  Eastern
Borough: Waltham Forest
Station Callsign: F34
Opened: 1957
Address: 34 The Ridgeway, Chingford E4 6PP


Allocation

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Notes

Chingford was constructed and opened by the Essex County Fire Brigade on 19th October 1957.

The new station was built to replace the former Chingford Fire Brigade Station located further along The Ridgeway, which was closed on the same day the new station opened, and was demolished shortly afterwards.

Operation of the station transferred from the Essex County Fire Brigade to the London Fire Brigade in 1965 following the formation of the Greater London Council.