A treasured Boston landmark was on fire on Saturday morning.
Smoke came from the basement of the old town hall at St. St. school when firefighters came on scene around 3:37 am, an official from the fire department said.
But the one-alarm signal could be found in a room in the basement. The building was not occupied at that time, the fire department reported twitter.
There were no injuries. The damage was estimated at $ 150,000, Marc Sanders, a spokesman for a department said in an e-mail.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The old town hall, built between 1862 and 1865, is a popular stop on the city's Freedom Trail. The building, which now houses private companies, is listed on the national register of historic sites.
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