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View of the new Cook Street fire station, which was opened in 1977, at a cost of $1.8 million, and at the time was said to be the most up to date in New Zealand and Australia. The 25 metre tower is used to dry hoses and as a smoke chamber for training. This image is taken from Church Street, looking across the Cook Street intersection.

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2023-10
Date
197X
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2023S_2023-10_040383
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