Raleigh Fire Museum
Assorted Historical Societies
North Carolina Fire Museums
- Caswell No. 1 Fire Station Museum - 118 S Queen Street, Kinston, (252) 527-1566,
- Catawba County Firefighters Museum - 3957 Herman Sipe Road, Conover,
- Farmville Fire Museum - Farmville Fire Department, 3713 North Main Street, Farmville, NC 27828, (252) 753-2618.
- Henderson County Emergency Services Museum - Under construction?
- Kings Mountain Historical Fire Museum - Cleveland Ave off Hwy 74 Bypass, Kings Mountain,
- Fayetteville Fire Department History Room - Station 2, Olive Road,
- New Bern Firemen's Museum - 408 Hancock Street, New Bern,
- Old Salem Market Firehouse Museum - Old Salem District, Winston-Salem,
- Plummer Hook & Ladder Museum (closed during building renovation) - Station 1 - 211 South Bragg Street, Warrenton.
- Rocky Mount Fire Department Museum - Old Station 2 - Hammond and South Church St, Rocky Mount,
This web page has an overview of some of the fire and fire-related museums:
Additionally, a number of museums have fire apparatus or fire department displays, including:
- Chapel Hill Museum, 523 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, (919) 967-1400,
- Graham Historical Museum - 135 West Elm Street, Graham, (336) 513-4773?.
- Mt. Airy Museum of History - 301 N Main St, Mt Airy, NC?, (336) 786-4478?,
- Museum of the Albemarle - 1116 US Hwy 17 South, Elizabeth City, (252) 335-1453, Fax (252) 335-0637, firstname.lastname@example.org,
This web page has a list of North Carolina museums by county:
Mike Legeros History Talks
Raleigh Fire Department History and North Carolina
Firefighting History - Visit this web
Last updated Jan 1, 2011
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