Just off the Saloon, a small door opens from the giant overhead door out to our “Open Air Graffiti Gallery & Smoking Patio.” This unique collection of graffiti actually came from trains behind our Historic Firehouse, physically cut with torches and mounted to the walls of our Railroad Graffiti Gallery.
“Party within a Party,” is what our “Smoking Room & Open Air Graffiti Gallery” turns into.
The views offered out back of our Historic Firehouse No2 are unmatched! There is no other location in town where you can see this amazing view of our Jefferson Avenue Footbridge, the train traffic nearby and sunsets that you’ll see from here.
The most unusual photographs…that’s what you’ll be adding to your memories of the most special day of your new life!
Plenty of space is what you’ll find through the tiniest door ever in our north overhead door for photos of the largest of wedding parties or that entire extended family that celebrated your special day with you!
Decor and furnishings include a cocktail table, perfect for those Cuban cigars you scored, a wonderful stairstep concrete sculpture, two antique benches, a couple of stools and, of course, several Firehouse-red cigarette butt cans.
Sparkler Sendoffs are perfect out under the open sky and out by the railroad tracks nearby. Where there’s smoke at Historic Firehouse No2, there’s probably a sparkler sendoff! (Photo TwinTownStudios)