Sheffield Fire and Police MuseumEdit profile
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Sheffield Fire and Police Museum is a museum in Sheffield, England. Established in 1984, it is based at a former fire station (opened c.1900) at the junction of West Bar and Tenter Street near the city centre. A notable feature is the only remaining Fire Brigade observation tower in the UK.
The collection covers law and order, and social history. The museum is run entirely by volunteers, and is open on Sundays, Bank Holidays and for special events or pre-arranged visits.