Barrett Wilson, 2, checked out Engine 6, also known as the Mayor’s truck, with his firefighter dad Ryan Wilson. Sunday was the the centennial celebration for Lexington’s Station 6 on South Limestone.
Barrett Wilson, 2, checked out Engine 6, also known as the Mayor’s truck, with his firefighter dad Ryan Wilson. Sunday was the the centennial celebration for Lexington’s Station 6 on South Limestone. Matt Goins
Barrett Wilson, 2, checked out Engine 6, also known as the Mayor’s truck, with his firefighter dad Ryan Wilson. Sunday was the the centennial celebration for Lexington’s Station 6 on South Limestone. Matt Goins

The Lexington fire station ‘at the center of everything’ celebrates 100 years

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