Old Plaza Firehouse

The Old Plaza Firehouse is the oldest fire station in the city of Los Angeles.

Built in 1884, it operated as a firehouse until 1897.

The building was restored in the 1950s and opened as a firefighting museum in 1960. The museum features helmets, photos, and firefighting equipment of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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