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Items tagged "Boylston Street firehouse": 8

Boy signing marathon poster at Boylston Street firehouse

Boy inscribing a poster reading "2013 Boston Marathon, John Hancock," at the Boylston St. firehouse. The poster is covered in handwritten prayers and notes.

Boylston Street firehouse

Photograph of the Boylston St. firehouse, with signs reading "Boston Fire E33, L15 Remember the Victims of the Boston Marathon, 4-15-13," and naming those who lost their lives: Sean Collier, Lu Lingzi, Martin Richard, and Krystle Campbell.

View of Boylston Street firehouse

A view of the Boylston St. firehouse with flag at half mast, showing signs dedicated to the marathon bombing victims. Firefighters from this house were among the first responders.

Signs on Boylston Street firehouse

Closeup of signs on the Boylston St. firehouse, reading "Boston Fire E33, L15 Remember the Victims of the Boston Marathon, 4-15-13," and naming those who lost their lives: Sean Collier, Lu Lingzi, Martin Richard, and Krystle Campbell.

Plaque at Boylston Street firehouse

Closeup photograph of a plaque on the Boylston St. firehouse, reading "Dedicated to the memory of Cornelius J. Noonan, April 20, 1890-Feb. 10, 1938, who departed this life through injuries received in the discharge of his duty. Erected by the Boston Sparks Association, 1938"

Marathon poster at Boylston Street firehouse

Closeup photograph of "2013 Boston Marathon" poster covered in handwritten prayers and notes at the Boylston St. firehouse.

Reopening of Boylston Street after the Boston Marathon bombings

View down the length of Boylston Street from the Mass Pike overpass after the street was reopened in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. Dillon's Restaurant and the Boylston Street firehouse can be seen on the left.

We were headed from Fenway to...

We were headed from Fenway to watch the runners and had gotten almost as far as the fire house on Boylston when we heard the first explosion. Even after the second explosion, I didn't process it being anything so horrific. We stopped heading toward the finish line...I though maybe there were out of control students and we were hearing some kind of…