Klang Fire Station


This vividly red-and-white-striped fire station has occupied the same Victorian-style building since the 1890s and now also houses a small museum dedicated to the history of Klang's fire service.

If you're lucky the fire station chief himself might be on hand to show you the exhibits, which include a wind-up siren from 1945, historic fire extinguishers, uniforms, hoses and nozzles.

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