Portland Fire Museum
In 1891, a band of retired and active firemen formed the Portland Veteran Fireman's Association, a social organization which also sought to preserve a modest collection of firefighting artifacts and memorabilia. Over time, their collection broadened due to the generosity of many patrons.
The collection eventually moved to the former fireman's quarters of Engine 4 on Spring Street in Portland and became known as the Portland Fire Museum. The museum's displays, which are continually being revamped and improved, include such articles as lithographs, badges, flags, banners and much more.
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