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    GALLERY: Hallowell fire station restoration bid - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    The old hose drying tower in Hallowell is one of only a few of its kind left in New England.

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    The ropes hanging in the old hose drying tower are seen in this photo taken on Thursday in the Hallowell fire house.

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    Hallowell city historian Sam Webber shows the pegs that held ropes in the old hose drying tower on Thursday in the Hallowell fire house.

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    GALLERY: Hallowell fire station restoration bid - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    The ropes hanging in the old hose drying tower are seen in this photo taken on Thursday in the Hallowell fire house.

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    The Hallowell fire house, opened in 1829 as a town hall, caught fire in the 1930s.

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    This banner is on display in the Hallowell fire house.

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