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A Michigan State Historic Site and a US Historic District Contributing Property, the Calumet Fire Station is an 1898 Romanesque building in Calumet, Michigan. It was built as a means to prevent the fires that is a constant threat in the mining town of Calumet, which was then called Red Jacket.

It was used as a fire station until 1964, when the fire department transferred its headquarters to the town hall building. When the old Calumet Fire Station was vacated, it was used for various purposes, until it was decided to house the Upper Peninsula Fire Fighters Memorial Museum that is still using it today.

The Calumet Fire Station was also called as the Red Jacket Fire Station, it is a two-story building equipped to house fire engines, horses, and other equipment. It also has a bunk room, locker room, and a hall where social affairs were held.
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