Thursday, May 30, 2013

The 16 Best-Looking Firehouses in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn firehouse Brownsville
4. Engine 227
It's hard to describe why we like this Brownsville building so much. It must be a combination of its stone-carved crown, the charming juxtaposition of the tall building next to the short one, and the serendipitous punchline of the neighboring funeral parlor. [photo]

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