In downtown Adrian, stands one of the oldest firehouses in Michigan. Engine House No. 1 was built in 1856 making it the oldest continuously operating firehouse in Michigan when it closed in 1987. Originally built for horse-drawn fire fighting equipment the building was converted to hold mechanical fire engines in 1912.
I love the weathervane that sits atop the old fire station. After it closed it was converted into an office building and is still used for that purpose today.
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