SETTING THESAURUS

FIRE STATION



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HELPFUL TIP:

Settings should always be chosen with care. Consider the emotion you want your viewpoint character to feel and how setting choices, weather elements, and symbolism might build a specific mood in the scene, create tension and conflict, or even raise the stakes.
SIGHTS:
Giant garage bay doors
A large bay housing many different vehicles, including fire trucks, paramedic trucks, rescue boats, a ladder truck, and/or an ambulance
Painted marks on the floor
Fire gear at the ready
Firefighters getting dressed (boots, bunker pants, helmets, oxygen tanks, gloves, a jacket and hood, masks, spanner belts for holding an axe and other tools)
Shiny metal poles
Exhaust hoses
A fire investigation truck
Fluorescent lighting
Ladders
An intercom
Spare parts and tools
Fire extinguishers
Dormitory bedrooms for firefighters containing a bed, a small table, and gear
A large bathroom
A locker room with lockers and showers
A workout room with free weights, resistance training equipment, cardio equipment, etc.
A full kitchen with multiple fridges, a stove and microwave, a pantry, counters, coffee pots, pots and pans, etc.
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