Saturday, September 19, 2015

Engine House No. 6

I love these old buildings.  If I could find one in a town I want to live in, I'd totally buy it and renovate it to live in. This one's an old fire station in Columbus, Ohio.

Engine House #6 operated from 1880 to 1966 and was the home of the Fire Department's first emergency squad in 1934. 

It's located on West Broad Street in the Franklinton neighborhood.



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4 comments:

Gil said...
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Gil said...

Renovated firehouses do make nice living quarters. Spacious apartment upstairs and plenty of room for your vehicles to be stored and worked on below.

Marcio Wilges said...

I would love to see the inside of this house. I know a lot of companies love turning these historical locations into offices and I bet this would be a location that they would look at!

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