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St. Paul Fire Stations 3D Models

 

 
3D models of current and former St. Paul 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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none St. Paul Former Station 1 ,
built in 1870
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 27, 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 former St. Paul Station 1 (a)
   St. Paul, Minnesota's former fire station 1 (a) was contructed for the then Hose Co. 1 at the location of 441 St. Peter Street. At the time it was built next to the location of the then Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co. 1. Both companies were members of the then volunteer fire department. When the fully paid fire department came into existance in 1877 both houses were joined together as Engine 1 and Ladder 1. The station no longer exists and is on the the city block now occupied by the St. Paul Travelers insurance company, formerly the St. Paul Fire & Marine insurance company.
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none St. Paul Former Station 1 ,
built in 1887
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed March 26, 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 St. Paul's Former Station 1 (b)
   St. Paul's former fire station number 1 was built on the southwest corner of Fort St. (later renamed to Main St.) and 9th Street in 1887. The building is no longer standing.
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none St. Paul Former Station 2 ,
built in 1874
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 14, 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 St. Paul's Former Station 2 (a)
   St. Paul former fire station number 2 was constructed in 1874 at 416 Wacouta, in the 'downtown' area. The station was razed in 1921 so that another fire station could be built on the same site. That station (number 4, was originally numbered 2) is currently occupying the location, and is also a former station now occupied as a multiple residence.
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none St. Paul Historic Station 3,
built in 1872 3D Model
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association
  Placed November 3, 2007
 
 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 St. Paul's 1872 Station 3 (a)
   Revision 3.0 11/13/2007 - Recently. newly discovered photo provided more details Built in 1872 to house the Hope #3 Engine Company, the building still exsists, although no longer in its original configuration, which is presented in this model. | * Hope Eng. 3 - 1872-1877 | * Aetna Eng. 3 - 1877 | * St.P.F.D. Eng. 3 - 1877-1965 | We are in the process of developing a collection of former St. Paul and Minneapolis Fire Stations, as well as a large collection of fire related placemark file
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none St. Paul Former Station 4 (a) ,
built in 1871
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed September 28, 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 St. Paul Station 4 (a)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 4(a) was constructed in 301 East 10th St. at Broadway. The station opened in 1871 as part of the non-paid volunteer St. Paul FD housing the Trout Brook Engine Company. In 1877 it became Engine Co. No. 4 as the current StPFD was formed. The building and its intersection location no longer exist and are both now located on the roadways of Interstate I-94.
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none St. Paul Former Station 4 (b) ,
built in 1922
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed April 18, 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 St. Paul's 1872 Station 4 (b)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 4(b) was constructed in 1922 at 416 Wacouta, the former locatipn of Station 2 that occupied the same location. The station was orginally numbered as Station 2 until 1934 when it was renumbered as Station 4. In 1922 the companies quartered there were Engines 2 and 4, Ladder 8, and Squad 1. Water Tower 1 joined the quarters in 1957. The station closed in 1970 when the new Station 4 opened. The building still stands today, modified into private residences.
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none St. Paul Former Station 5 ,
built in 1882
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association
  Placed September 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 st. Paul's Former Station 5 (a)
   St. Paul's former fire station 5 built at 498 Selby on the s.e. corner of Mackubin still stands, although not as built. This model attempts to recreate the station in 1886, when four years after construction an addition was added for Hook and Ladder Company 3.
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none St. Paul Former Station 6 ,
built in 1884
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association
  Placed October 18, 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 St. Paul's Former Station 6 (a)
   St. Paul's former fire station 6 was built in 1884 at the southwest corner of the intersection of Delos and Clinton streets. The building no loger exists.
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none St. Paul Former Station 8 ,
built in 1883
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 2, 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 former St. Paul Headquarters Station 8 (a)
   St. Paul's former headquarters Station 8, located at 9th (formerly 8th) and Minnesota streets also included the departmental blacksmith shops in the rear of the station. This was a large building housing not only the fire equipment and manpower, but also all the administrative fire department staff. Over the years the streets surrounding the station were renumbered. The building no longer stands.
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none St. Paul Former Station 10 (a) ,
built in 1885
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 19, 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 St. Paul's 1872 Station 10 (a)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 10 (a) was constructed at 754 Randolph near Bay St. It is modeled as it looked when constructed in 1885 as a single bay station. In 1885 the station opened with Chemical 5. In 1890 Engine 10 replaced the Chemical. 1912 saw Ladder 11 join as the station was expanded. 1975 saw Engine/Medic 10 join the quarters. In 1982 Ladder 10 (formerly Ladder 1) joined the quarters. April 13, 2010 the station closed and the aparatus relocated to Station 1 (D). The building still stands today although highly modified from the original.
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none St. Paul Former Station 11(a) ,
built in 1890
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 6, 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 former St. Paul Station 11 (a)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 11(a) was constructed in 1890 at 678 Bedford at s.e. cor. Beaumont. When the station opened in 1890 it quartered Engine 11. Ladder 7 joined the quarters from 1920 through 1923. The station closed in 1970. The building still stands and is used as the StPFD Building Maintenance Shop.
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none St. Paul Former Station 13 ,
built in 1894
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed January 11, 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 former St. Paul Station 13 (a)
   St. Paul's former fire station 13 was constructed in 1894 at the location of 924 Hampden Ave. It was built in the emerging St. Anthony/Merriam Park neighborhood which the time was mid-way between St. Paul and Minneapolis. The station holds the distinction of housing the last of St. Pauls' horse drawn companies as the conversion to motorization was completed. The station is depicted as it was built, including the stations tower. The apparatus bay doors were later modified as larger motorized apparatus arrived, and the station tower was removed. The station still stands today used as a private residence.
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none St. Paul Former Station 14 (b) ,
built in 1910
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 19, 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 St. Paul's 1872 Station 14 (b)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 14(b) was constructed in 1910 at 93 N. Snelling on the NW corner of Ashland. The station opened as Station 20, it quartered Engine 20 and Ladder 10 in a then 2-bay station. In 1922 Engine 14 replaced Engine 20. The station was then renumbered as Station 14. In the mid-1950's the station was converted into a 3-bay station, and in 1958 Squad 2 joined the quarters. The station closed in 1982 and was replaced by a new Station 14 one block away. The building still stands, although modified, and is used a private business establishment.
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none St. Paul Former Station 17 (a) ,
built in 1886
 (3D file)
by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 27, 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 former St. Paul Station 17 (a)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 17(a) was constructed in 1886 at 899 Payne Avenue at the s.w. corner of York. The station first quartered Chemical 7. Then in 1889 the Chemical engine was replaced by Supply Hose #2. The finally in 1905 Engine 17's 1890 Waterous Engine 2nd Class was installed. In 1930 the current and active Station 17(b) constructed at 1226 Payne at n.e. cor. Hawthorne, and this station was closed. This station had a 'twin stster' Station 16 (a) also constructed in 1886 at 860 Victoria at Ashland. Station 16 no longer exists, and its site is the current and active location of St. Paul's Station 5 (b) build in 1930. The Station 17(a) building no longer exists.
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none St. Paul Station 18,
built in 1908
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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 St. Paul Station 18 (a)
   St. Paul's Fire Current Station 18 built at University on the n.w. corner St. Albans, celebrates its 100th anniversary September 2008. It's honor we have created this model of the still standing station at it appeared when built in 1908.
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none St. Paul Former Station 19 ,
built in 1886
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 18, 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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   St. Paul's former Fire Station 19 was constructed in 1886 at the Northwest corner Conway and Maple Streets. The stations octgonal tower with the eliptical domed was unique to this station, ans was never repeated on any other fire station in St. Paul or the sister city of Minnepolis. The station is no longer exists.
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none St. Paul Former Station 19 ,
built in 1886
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 18, 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 St. Paul Former Station 19 (b) ,
built in 1930
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 19, 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 former St. Paul Station 19 (b)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 19(b) was constructed at 1578 Highland Pkwy (formerly Otto) at s.e. cor. Snelling. The station replaced the former Station 19(a) that was located at 745-747 Conway at NW corner Maple. The 'new' station included several unique features not duplicated at any other St. Paul fire statipn. These included a clay tile roof, and vertical bi-fold apparatus doors. The bi-fold doors used on almost all Minneapolis fire stations, were only found here on St. Paul's Station 19(b), and never appeared again on any St. Paul station. The station was in service until 1958, when it would be replaced by Station 19(c) located at 2530 Edgecumbe at s.e. cor. St. Paul Ave. Station 19 (b) was a small station housing a single engine company. It was built into a hill on property belonging to the St. Paul Water Department, on one of the highest elevations in the city. The stations location is still a very desireable one. The former station still exists today.
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none St. Paul Former Station 21 (a) ,
built in 1910
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed December 9, 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 former St. Paul Station 21 (a)
   St. Paul, MN former 1910 Station 21 was constructed at 643 Ohio, at the intersection of Baker Street. The station was located at the highest elevation of St. Pauls' West Side in order to provide protection which assisted the horse drawn apparatus's climbs up the long steep rising hills. The station was closed in 1943. The department began motorization of its fleet in 1915. The building still exists today.
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none St. Paul Former Station 23 ,
built in 1882
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 14, 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 former St. Paul Headquarters Station 23 (a)
   St. Paul's former fire Station 23, built in 1887 at the southeast corner of the intersection Asbury and Taylor Sts. (intersection no longer exists) is no longer standing. The station represents an architecture that was unusual for St. Paul's stations. A vertually identical Station 14 was built on Cleveland Ave. 1/2 block north of St. Anthony Ave.. The former Station 14 is also no longer standing. Its location is currently in the center median of the Interstate Freeway 94.
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none St. Paul Former Station 23(b) ,
built in 1922
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed February 21, 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 St. Paul Station 23 (b)
   St. Paul Former Staion 23 opened in 1922 quartering Engine 23 in the single bay station. The station closed in 1978 when the Engine company moved to the new Station 23 located at 1924 W. Como. The new station is about 5 city blocks distant from the former station. This former station one of the least architechturally interesting stations St. Paul ever built perhpaps due the economic trends of 1920's. Interestingly this former station replaced the 'former-former' station 23 which was one of the most interesting (an its identical sister former Station 14) ever built in St. Paul. The vacant former station building still exists today.
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none St. Paul Former Station 24(a) ,
built in 1918
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed November 23, 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 model of former StPFD Station 24(a)
   St. Paul, MN former Station 24(a) was constructed at 1720-1722 E. 7th at s.e. corner of Flandrau. The buiding is currently being usee by the Salvation Army. The former station still exists today.
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none St. Paul Former Station SH3 ,
built in 1885
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by (email to:) EAATC member D. B., Freedman,  Website: Extra Alarm Association of the Twin Cities
  Placed February 17, 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 former St. Paul Station Supply Hose 3 (a)
   St. Pau, MN former 1885 fire station Supply Hose 3 is perhaps one of the least well known former fire stations in St Paul. Opened in 1885, and housing Chemical Co. 3, this station is located on the hilly Upper West Side of St. Paul in an attempt to locate a station in the higher elevation of the city for the purpose relieving the horses from the tiring uphill runs. In 1907 the chemical engine was replaced with the hose wagon Supply Hose 3. In 1912 the station was placed out of service and as such did not survive the horses drawn era of the fire service. The building still exists today.
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