While not as common as they once were, buildings similar to Hillview Volunteer Fire Dept. engine house were once found all over the country. This small 2-story frame building, based on a building in central Illinois, is just large enough to hold the community's pumper truck downstairs and has room for an office and storage area for miscellaneous fire fighting equipment. Since volunteer departments were usually composed of local citizens who held regular jobs, it is not necessary to provide sleeping quarters in the model.
Queen Anne style windows which assembly in layers with peel and stick backingDouble doors which can be modeled opened or closedAn outside stairwayHexagonal, peel and stick shingle strips1-1/2" Wide x 2" Deep x 2-1/2" High