National Emergency Services Museum
Old Police/Fire Station, W Bar, Sheffield S3 8PT, UK
About National Emergency Services Museum
The National Emergency Services Museum is an independent, self-funded museum and charity dedicated to celebrating and preserving the history of the emergency services and their communities, in peace and war. The museum is based at a former combined police and fire station, opened in 1900 at the junction of West Bar and Tenter Street near the city centre.
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