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Engine No. 18, Ladder No. 10, Detroit Fire Department
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Engine House No. 18, Ladder No. 10 is the oldest operating fire station in Detroit (1892) and is on the National Register of Historic Places.   The old stable building behind the station is still used for storage.  The station is at 3812 Mt. Elliott, just south of Gratiot Avenue.

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