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Minneapolis Fire Stations 3D Models

 

 
3D models of current and former Minneapolis fire
stations that you can download into your Google Earth
program or dowload into you Google Sketchup program

These are highly detailed 3D models, many of former stations that
either no longer exist, or if still existing they in real life
they no longer appear as they were constucted. Our purpose is
to model as close to as they appeared when they were built.
 


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Fire Station Model Location Map Scrollable Fire Station Location Selector
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Any Station Location may also be
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none Minneapolis Former Station 1,
1879 3D Model
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 23, 2008
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 1 (a)
   Minneapolis former fire station 1 was built in 1879 at 259 6th (Portland) Avenue South and first occupied as Station B. It is no logner stading, as was located directly across the street from the current Station 1.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 2,
built in 1892
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 17, 2008
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 2 (b)
   Minneapolis Former Fire Station 2, constructed in 1892 at 143 13th Avenue NE no longer exists. Its location is currently occupied by the current Fire Station 2, having replaced it in 1960. Both Engines 2 and 11 celebrated 150 years of continuous service in October of 2008
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none Minneapolis Former Station 3 ,
built in 1876
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 29, 2008
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 3 (a)
   Minneapolis Former Fire Station 3, built in 1876 at 227 North 2nd Street at 3rd Avenue. This station also served as departmental headquarters until 1897, when the administration moved the the Minneapolis City Hall. The building has been razed.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 4,
built in 1894
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 3, 2013
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 4 (b)
   Minneapolis Former Station 4 (b) was opened December, 1894 with Engine 4 and Ladder 4 at 252 12th Avenue N. In March, 1902 Chemical 4 moved in from Station 14. The chemical company disbanded October 1912. On February 13, 1940 former station 4 (b) closed when the new Station 4 opened. The former station also had a 'twin' in the Former Station 9 (a) built in August 1895, located at 700 8th Street SE. Except for several cosmetic left vs. right differences, and the front station hanging lanters, and a 'year built' designator plate, the were otherwise identical. Former Station 8 (a) also built in 1894 at 2749 Blaisdell Avenue at 28th Street (and later to become the same location of the current Station 8) was very similar with the exception some added brickwork along the non-frontal rooflines, and a difference in the increased number of windows and an entrance door along the 28th Street side of the building. The Former Station 4 (b) building no longer exists.
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none Minneapolis Former Fire Station 5,
built in 1887, originally as Station G
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association
  Placed September 22, 2008
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 5 -c-
   Former Minneapolis Station 5, built in 1887 at 1501 South 4th Street as Station G. The building still stands today.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 6,
built in 1931
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 3, 2008
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 6 (b)
   Minneapolis former fire station 6, built in 1931 at 13th Street and Yale Place is no longer standing. It was a large 5-apparatus door station with rigs running out of all 5. Engine 6, Engine 26, Ladder 11, Rescue 1, and the Chief of the First Battalion. It was quite a sight to see when the entire station 'dumped' out on a run. Typical of many Minneapolis stations of the period the station featured bi-folding apparatus bay doors.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 8,
built in 1884
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 17, 2013
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 8 (a)
   Minneapolis Former Station 8 (a) was opened May 1, 1884 at 2749 Blaisdell Avenue as Station J with Chemical 2. January 12, 1891 Department was reorganized, and it became MFD Station 8 (a). January, 1895 Hose 8 now in service. November, 1895 Ladder 5 now in service at Station 8. December 28, 1895 Engine 8 now in service. April 5, 1913 Ladder 5 out of service (also out May-Nov 1912). October 1, 1914 Ladder 5 back in service at Station 8. May 12, 1921 Hose 23 now at Station 8, Station 23 closed. February 19, 1922 Hose 23 back to Station 23. December 2, 1929 Ladder 5 to Station 23 when Ladder 12 closed at Sta 28. May 18, 1933 Hose 8 moved to Station 26 to become Hose 26. December 10, 1934 Ladder 5 returns when Comb 27 put in service. May 22, 1939 Eng 8, Lad 5 to Station 23 as station closed to rebuild on same site. The current MFD Station 8 now occupies the same site as it's location. The Station 8(a) building no longer exists.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 9,
built in 1885
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed February 29, 2016
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of former Minneapolis Station 9a
   Former Minneapolis Fire Station 9 opened August, 1885 Opened as Station K with Hose 9 as a member of the Minneapolis Volunteer Department. January 12, 1891 Department was reorganized, and became MFD Station 9. In 1886 Engine 9 went in service. April 13, 1910 Chemical 3 in service here also (disbanded October, 1911). June, 1926 Station closed and Engine 9 moved to Station 11. The building no longer exists.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 10,
built in 1902
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 3, 2012
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 10 (b)
   Minneapolis former fire station 10 was constructed May 28, 1902 and opened as Station A with Ladder 1, WT & Chemical 1, at #19 North 4th Street in Minneapolis' 'downtown'. The station became renumber to Station 10 when on May 21, 1917 Engine 10 moved from it's former station at Holden & Royalston. The station was renovated in 1963. On February 1, 2001 Engine 10 and Station 10 closed. The station then became a precinct station of the Minneapolis Police Deartment, and underwent another renvation. The highly modified station still stands today.
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none Minneapolis Historic Cataract Station 11,
1873 3D Model
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Assoc.
  Placed April 28, 2008
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis' 1873 Cataract Station 11 (a)
   The Minneapolis Fire Department celebrated the 150 year anniversary of its Engine Company number 11 on April 19, 2008. The 1853 'Cataract' station was the first home of this company built at 28 2nd Street SE at Bank St. The building no loger exists, but this model presents a very accurate representation of the station as it originally was configures.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 12,
built in 1886
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 24, 2012
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 12 (a)
   Minneapolis' Former Fire Station 12 (a) was built in 1886 (and its twin sister station 13(a) built in 1887 at 2524 17th Avenue South) and on November 6 opened as Station M with Hose 12. On January 12, 1891 Department was reorganized, and the station became MFD Station 12. On June 8, 1920 Engine 12 and the station closed. The building no longer exists.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 13,
built in 1923
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed February 5, 2012
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 13 (b)
   The Former Station 13(b), at 4201 Cedar Ave. S., was built in 1923 during a period when the city was growing rapidly. The city wanted the station to blend into its surrounding residential area, so the building was designed in the American Craftsman bungalow style. It had a low, horizontal roof and a front yard, which distinguished it from other fire stations that typically had two stories and prominent entries. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. It originaly was going to designated as Station 30, but this never happened. It served as a fire station until 1979, and the buiding still stands today existing as a private firm.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 14,
built in 1887
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed February 16, 2016
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 14 (a)
   Minneapolis Station opened December, 1887 as Station "O" with Chemical 4. In February, 1888 Hose 14 placed in service and in June, 1888 Engine 14 now in service. On January 12, 1891 MFD Department was reorganized, and became MFD Station 14. ON March 13, 1940 Closed when new Station 14 opened. The building still stands today as a religous structure, but is almost unrecognizable as a former fire station.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 14,
built in 1940
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 14, 2012
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 14 (b)
   Minneapols' Former Station 14 (b) was opened on March 13, 1940, quartering Engine 14 and Ladder 10. The station closed June 18, 2006 when the two companies moved to the new Station 14 located at 2000 West Lowry Av, at Morgan. The new station is about 3 city blocks distant from the former station. The former station building still exists today.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 15,
1889 3D Model
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 27, 2013
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 15 (a)
   Minneapolis Former Station 15 (a) was opened on January, 1889 as Station P with Hose 15. In December, 1890 Chemical 6 in went in service (out May, 1898). January 12, 1891 Department was reorganized, and became MFD Station 15. November, 1892 Engine 15 now in service. In December 22, 1915 Ladder 7 in service from Station 23. December 10, 1934 Combination 15 replaces Eng 15 and Lad 7 with Buffalo quad. 1945 Station closed and Combination 15 moved to Station 29 (now Station 15). The building no longer exists.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 17,
1890 3D Model
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed April 25, 2013
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 17 (a)
   Minneapolis Former Station 17 (a) was opened as Station Q in 1890. On January 12, 1891 Department was reorganized, and it became MFD Station 17. In June, 1891 Engine 17 placed in service. February 1, 1904 Chemical 7 was disbanded. February 1, 1904 Hose 23 placed in service (and moved to new Station 23 on June, 1906). October 12, 1928 Ladder 2 in service at Station 17 (from Station 1). December, 1934 Ladder 2 disbanded when Combination 27 was created. Dec 5, 1941 Station closed when a newer Station 17 opened. The building still stands today (although highly modified).
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none Minneapolis Former Station 18,
built in 1892
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 30, 2011
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 18 (a)
   Minneapolis Fire Station 18 was constructed at the intersection of N 32nd Ave (later renamed to Lowry Ave) and N 3rd St in 1892. The stations elevation and its relative proximity to the Mississippi River caused its 75' fire observation tower to be constructed in order to observe the huge geographical area occupied by the lumber milling district located on both sides of the river in the late 1800's and 1900's. No other Minneapolis fire station ever had such a tower. In November 26, 1921 the station ceased operation when Engine 18 moved its location to Station 14. The building is no longer standing.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 19,
built in 1894
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 4, 2011
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 19 (a)
   Minnapolis Fire Station 19, located at 2001 University Ave SE at Oak Street was built in 1894 and occupied until November 12, 1976 when Station closed when new Station 19 opened. The building is still standing, and accoss the street from the University of Minnesota's new football stadium. The model is presened as the station was built in 1894.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 21,
1884 3D Model
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed April 10, 2013
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 21 (a)
   Minneapolis Former Station 21 (a) was opened in 1884 as Station 21 with Chemical 10. October 1901 saw Engine 21 replace Chemical 10, and on June 1, 1906 Ladder 8 joined the quarters. In December 1934 Combination 21 replaced the Engine and Ladder. January 5, 1949 Engine 21 and Ladder 2 replaced the Combination. On April 28, 1961 the station closed when the new Station 21 opened. The building still stands today (modified) as a retail estsblishment.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 22,
built in 1901
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed April 15, 2011
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D Model of Minneapolis Former Station 22 (b)
   Minneapolis former fire station 22 was constructed at 1728 Kenwood Parkway in 1901. The stations architecture was unusual for a Minneapolis fire station, and more than likely reflects the more 'up-scale' location of its neighborhood. The station no longer exists.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 23,
built in 1906
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed April 29, 2014
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of former Minneapolis Station 23 (a)
   Minneapolis Station opened June 1, 1906 with Engine 23 and Ladder 7 now in service at street address of 3524 Hennepin Ave South. On September 1, 1946 Engine 23 disbanded and the station was closed. The building served for a number of years as the headquarters of the Minneapolis Civil Defense Fire-Rescue Reserve. The building still stands, although modfied, today as a residential structure.
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none Minneapolis Former Station 26,
built in 1910
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed March 20, 2012
 
 Link to this station in the Google 3D Warehouse

 Link to this station in the EAATC website

 Download the FREE Google Sketchup 3D Modeling Editor

Google Sketchup Files:

 MODEL file (.skp) of final version.

 MODEL file (.skp) of final UNPAINTED version.

This file is a link so that you always receive the current data

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 none  Detailed 3D model of Minneapolis Former Station 26 (a)
   Minneapolis fire station 26 was opened May 1, 1910 with Engine 26 and Ladder 11, at 722 E 22nd Street. On September 14, 1916 Auxiliary 3 moved from Station 6, and then in 1923 Auxiliary 3 was disbanded. on October 12, 1928 Ladder 11 to Station 6. November 17, 1947 Station closed and Engine 26 to Station 6. The station became Legion Hall and burned in a 2nd Alarm fire on March 11, 1949. The building no longer exists.
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