Thursday Doors – August 25, 2016

This week I had a chance to roam my neighborhood. When passing by our local fire station, I decided to snap a few pictures. Then I went to the two other fire stations in the town to make a series of the firehouse doors. Here is my offering this week.

The first fire station front doors:

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And Back doors:

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Second fire station:

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And the main fire station in the town with the doors raised:

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Across from the main first station I captured three additional sets of doors:

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Thanks to Norm 2.0 for hosting the weekly Thursday Doors challenge.



 

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7 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – August 25, 2016

    1. Greensboro is famous for a revolutionary war battleground. There was a fire station on Battleground Avenue that was closed when this station was built. They named this station after the closed station.

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