Saint Henri Fire Station, Montreal, Canada

Ludger Lemieux
Date Built
523 Place Saint-Henri
This attractive Art Deco building, in Place Saint-Henri in Montreal, is the Number 23 Barracks which replaced an earlier version built in 1883 but demolished in 1930.  That building was home to a city hall, police station and fire station.  As you can see the present building is still an active fire station.

The building is decorated with a number of bas-relief sculptures reflecting its functions. 

On the back of the building there are a number of sculptures which appear to be a warning to those who plan to break the law.

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