My dad is a retired fire captain, so I have an appreciation/respect for the profession of fire fighting. I stop at many stations and any museums when traveling just because. This was a pleasant little surprise of things to do in Jackson. I don't recall the lady's name who greeted me, but she was so kind and hospitable, if she offered me a candy, she might as well have been my grandmother. Their museum isn't large, it is a 3 truck fire station, but for the size, it packs a lot of history. Maybe a dozen great pieces and interesting information. I got a one to one tour since it was a weekday and enjoyed every minute of the hostesses stories and hospitality, you can see her enjoyment for running the museum. I'd visit again just to chat with her alone. It is a diamond in the rough.
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