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London Fire Brigade Brixton Fire Station-H24

London Fire Brigade Brixton Fire Station

Details of London Fire Brigade’s H24 Brixton Fire Station, including Address, Allocation and History.

Brixton Fire Station


Command District:  Southwestern
Borough: Lambeth
Station Callsign: H24
Opened:  26 July 1906
Address: 84 Gresham Road, London SW9 7NP


Allocation

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Notes

Brixton began construction in 1904, before opening on 26th July 1906.

The new station, built by the London County Council, replaced the existing Metropolitan Fire Brigade station in Ferndale Road dating from 1867, which survives today as a commercial premises.

As originally built, the station contained two appliance bays and four stables in the rear yard.

Several small alterations and minor extensions have been carried out over the following years to improve the station and keep it fir for purpose.

Brixton Fire Station was awarded Grade II Listed Building status on 24th May 1995 as a building of special architectural interest.


London Fire Brigade Brixton Fire Station-H24
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