- Back in 1909, Fire Station Number One housed Denver's Engine Company Number One. The building is now home to the Denver Firefighters Museum, which preserves something of the local firefighting history. The exhibits include firemen related documents and photographs dating back to the 1860s, various antique firefighting equipment, and other memorabilia. The only thing missing from the museum is a live Dalmation. Admission fee.
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