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Waltham Fire Department's new station

By PETER LOBO, Correspondent | October 02, 2021 | MASSACHUSETTS

Story No. 100421108

On October 2ns, the Waltham Fire Department held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new fire station on Moody Street.

The original structure was built in 1890, was destroyed by fire in 1900. In 1989, the station was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Firefighters used this building for nearly 100 years with renovations made in the 1980’s

Construction started on the new building in 2019 and was completed in two years.

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