Uppertown Firefighter's Museum

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This historic building was built in 1896 as an original brewery, before being converted to the town fire station. The building is now a museum preserving the past of the towns firefighting history; and perhaps a few ghosts as well. The building is allegedly haunted by the apparition of a sleepwalking fireman who fell to his death back in the 1920’s. Former occupants of the building would see him standing over them as they slept, and here lockers rattling by themselves. Today, visitors and staff claim to hear strange noises and disembodied footsteps on the third floor, but upon investigating, no on is ever found.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

2968 Marine Drive
Astoria, OR
United States

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46.1904567, -123.81122060000001
Clatsop County, Oregon
Nearest Towns:
Astoria, OR (1.0 mi.)
Jeffers Garden, OR (3.6 mi.)
Warrenton, OR (5.7 mi.)
Hammond, OR (6.7 mi.)
Chinook, WA (8.6 mi.)
Altoona, WA (9.1 mi.)
Naselle, WA (12.1 mi.)
Gearhart, OR (12.4 mi.)
Deep River, WA (12.5 mi.)
Rosburg, WA (12.7 mi.)


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