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OVER THREE FLOORS

the tower

The Tower

Drill towers, used for exercise and training, are rare in fire stations and add to their unique character. Firefighters practised rescuing people by attaching a long hook ladder to the upper floors of the tower, then carrying down the ‘live’ casualties, often trainees, lowering them to the ground via a line of fireman. When hoses were made of canvas the towers were used to hang the 75 ft lengths so they could be dried after use to stop them rotting. During the war, towers were also used for spotting fires so crews could be directed to a fire immediately.

Unit 19 - Second Floor

1 - Second Floor Plan

Unit 19 - Third Floor

2 - Third Floor Plan

Unit 19 - Fourth Floor

3 - Fourth Floor Plan

Unit 19 - Fifth Floor

4 - Fifth Floor Plan

Unit 19 - Roof Terrace

5 - Roof Terrace Plan

Unit19
1 Bedroom, 1 bathroom
Entrance Lobby 1.79m x 1.78m 5'10" x 5'10"
Living 3.89m x 3.28m 12'9" x 10'9"
Roof Terrace 5.62m x 3.48m 18'5" x 11'5"
Kitchen/Dining 5.34m x 3.28m 17'6" x 10'9"
Bedroom 4.94m x 3.48m 16'2" x 11'5"
TOTAL 58 sq m 620 sq ft
 
To Be Released
P.O.A.
1 Bedroom, 1 bathroom
Entrance Lobby
1.79m x 1.78m 5'10" x 5'10"
Living
3.89m x 3.28m 12'9" x 10'9"
Roof Terrace
5.62m x 3.48m 18'5" x 11'5"
Kitchen/Dining
5.34m x 3.28m 17'6" x 10'9"
Bedroom
4.94m x 3.48m 16'2" x 11'5"
TOTAL
58 sq m 620 sq ft
 
To Be Released
P.O.A.
 
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