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The Fire Barn Museum is another of the historic sites in downtown Muskegon. The Muskegon Heritage Society and the City of Muskegon worked together in 1976, in order to build a replica of the original C.H. Hackley Hose Company No. 2. The original building was built after the devastating fires in 1871 and 1874 and operated from December 1875 to June 1892.The museum now features a collection of antique fire fighting apparatus, including a 1923 American LaFrance Pumper. At this site you can visit the living quarters of some of Muskegon's earliest and bravest firefighters and learn about those devastating fires in the area. The Fire Barn Museum is open May to October, like the other historical sites, and is located off of Clay Avenue in downtown Muskegon. Come see this blast from the past and see what it took to be a firefighter in the late 1800's!