November 2, 2012 by Amanda
Each Friday, I’ll be briefly profiling a specific location somewhere in the world that has been featured in a movie or TV show.
This week, the site is Hook & Ladder 8 in New York City.
This fire station in Manhattan’s TriBeCa neighborhood most famously doubled as the headquarters for the Ghostbusters in the 1984 movie of the same name.
Today, the firefighters of Hook & Ladder 8 are very proud of their fire house’s starring role — there’s a mural painted on the sidewalk next to the building, and the Ghostbusters sign that hung outside in the film now hangs inside.
And, on any given day, chances are high that you’ll see fans of the Bill Murray film posing outside — sometimes in full costume!
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