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London Fire Brigade Addington Fire Station-H26

London Fire Brigade Addington Fire Station

Details of London Fire Brigade’s H26 Addington Fire Station, including Address, Allocation and History.

Addington Fire Station


Command District:  Southwestern
Borough: Croydon
Station Callsign: H26
Opened:  1960
Address: 197-199 Lodge Lane, New Addington CR0 0QA


Allocation

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Notes

Addington Fire Station was constructed and opened in 1960 by the Croydon Fire Brigade to serve the needs of the growing local community.

With the formation of the Greater London Council and the redrawing of boundaries, the station passed ownership to the London Fire Brigade on 1 April 1965.