Demolished Baltimore Firehouses

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Last edited September 14, 2013

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Companies Address Built Opened

Vacated

Demolished Notes Photos
E1/HL2 102-104 N. Paca St. 1830 by Howard Fire Co. 15 Feb. 15, 1859   1909 New station built on site.
E2 93-95 Barre St. 1843 by Washington Hose Co. 13 Feb. 15, 1859

1920

1925 Demolished for B&O railroad yards.
E3 East Lombard near High St. 1840 by Vigilant Fire Co. 7 Feb. 15, 1859

1951

  Demolished for high rise buildings.
E4 North St. at Orange Alley 1825 by Mechanical Hose Company Feb. 15, 1859 1873?   Demolished for city hall.  
E4 26 North St. Built ? as dwelling Jan. 25, 1873 1882      
E7 Orchard St. near Madison 1859, temporary frame building Sep. 27, 1859        
E8 1031 W. Mulberry St. 1871 Mar. 8, 1871

1912

  Used as garage in 1971.
E8/HL10 Lafayette Ave. between Gilmor and Stricker 1895 Mar. 1, 1895

1967

  New firehouse built on same site.
E9 Southwest corner of Madison and Regester streets 1872 Feb. 1, 1872

1969

  Unoccupied in 1971.
E13 Fremont and Myrtle Ave. 1876 Mar. 17, 1876

1963

  Unoccupied in 1971.
E15 Triangle lot bordered by Park Ave., Liberty, and Fayette streets Built ? for Liberty Fire Company Mar. 12, 1890

1891

     
E15 - See C8              
E16 (FB) Commercial wharf, south of Thames St., east of Broadway 1891 Jul 1, 1891

1909

  Demolished or possibly moved. Baltimore Fire Boats photo.
E16/E39/Marine HQ (FB) Municipal pier no. 7, foot of President St. 1909 Sep. 15, 1909

1977

1980. Baltimore Fire Boats photo.
E18 South side of Second St., between Maryland Ave. and Oak St. 1893 Feb. 15, 1893        
E27 Columbia Ave. (later Washington Blvd.?) at Green St. 1906 Jun. 4, 1906

1964

  Demolished for Camden Industrial Park.
E39 (FB) 2601 Leahy St.   1917

1937

  New station built on site.  
E48 (FB) Canton Railroad Pier No. 3, 3800 Newgate Ave. 1922  

1965

1970s Demolished. Baltimore Fire Boats photo.
E49 (FB) B&O railroad Sugar House Wharf, foot of Benhill Ave. ? Dec. 16, 1921

1958

1960s Demolished. Baltimore Fire Boats photo.
E49 (FB) Tyson's Wharf 1959  

1971

1970s Demolished. Baltimore Fire Boats photo.
HL1 East side of Harrison St. north of Fayette Built ? for Pioneer Hook & Ladder Co. Feb. 15, 1859

1907

1958 Police dept. print shop, 1910-1958
HL2 - See E1              
HL4 534 W. Biddle St. 1850 for Mt. Vernon Hook & Ladder Co. 2 1880

1908

1968 Occupied by Maryland Hall 1859-1880. Used as motion-picture theater until demolished.
T4 McCulloh St. near Biddle St. 1908 Jun. 22, 1908

1963

  Demolished for urban renewal. Two bas-relief status moved to fire academy grounds.
HL5 East side of Aisquith St. between Oliver and Hoffman   Apr. 1, 1887 1907 1928 Used as laundry when demolished.
HL7 East side of York Rd., south of Gorsuch Ave 1901 May 15, 1901        
HL7 - See C4              
HL8 - See C1              
HL10 - See E8              
HL12 Forest Park Ave. facing Liberty Rd.   Jun. 28, 1904     Temporary quarters  
T14 Harford Rd. and Markley Ave. 1905 for Lauraville Vol. Fire Co. Mar. 17, 1919

1962

  New station built on site.
T24 Eastern and Anglesea avenues 1923  

1961

  New station built on site.
C1/HL8 Brunswick St. at Frederick Rd. Opened 1881 as BCoFD Co. 1 / Carroll Station Jun. 1, 1888

1907

     
C2 Mary St. near Retreat St. Opened 1881 as BCoFD Co. 2 / Clifton Station Jun. 1, 1888

1904

   
C4/HL7 Greenmount Ave. south of 32nd St. Opened 1878 as BCoFD Co. 4 / Waverly Station Jun. 1, 1888

 

1901 New station built on site.
C5 Gorsuch Ave. near Harford Rd. Opened 1882 as BCoFD Co. 2 / Homestead Station Jun. 1, 1888

 

1906 New station built on site.
C6 Belair Road near Sinclair Lane Opened 1881 as BCoFD Co. 5 / Belair Road Station Jun. 1, 1888

1901

   
C7 3rd St. south of Eastern Ave. Opened 1893 as BCoFD Co. 7 / Highlandtown Station 1919, annexed        
C8, then E15 308 W. Lombard St.,   Nov. 2, 1891

1919

  Served as warehouse for 20 years prior to station.  
C9 Hampden and 3rd avenues Opened 1885 in rented community hall as BCoFD Co. 9 / Hampden Station 1888        
Salvage HQ Liberty at Fayette St. 1888  

 

1895 New station built on site.
Salvage HQ Liberty at Fayette St. 1895  

1958

1966 Demolished for Conrad Hilton Hotel.
Shop Maryland Institute, Baltimore St. and Market Place   Jan. 15, 1915

1925

     
Shop Key Highway at Webster St. 1925  

1963

  New shop built on site.
 
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