The water wagon shed also served as the firehouse. The wood-framed building has a paper-composite exterior, held with battens. The building was originally located closer to the barracks (no longer extant), near the surviving noncommissioned officer's quarters. A shed-roofed addition was built in 1909.
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Water Wagon Shed
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