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LVFC Stations 1 & 20

The Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company built it's first "Downtown Station on what is now Loudoun St SE. next to SLack's Funeral home and opened in 1927. It would be 1964 when a purchase from Dr. Littlejohn would allow a "new" station with 4 bays to be built and became the Main Station. It would be 1997 when a sub-station would be opened on Plaza St. - Station 20 - where daytime career and nightime volunteer crews keep watch over the town. 

Pictures below are taken over the decades at various times and reflect the changing face of Fire Protection in Leesburg.

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