The Village of Calumet 1898 Historic Fire Hall is built of Jacobsville Sandstone and heavy timber. It is a two story building. The firefighting artifacts in the building include several motor vehicles as well as man drawn and horse drawn wagons. The motor vehicles include two 1919 LaFrance pumpers the first firefighting motor vehicles in the Copper Country and a 1865 hand pumper wagon in original condition.
Many other firefighters artifacts are on display in the two story museum which still has the beds and brass fire pole located on the second floor that were used by the full time fire wagon and truck drivers.
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