10/07/08 59 W, 1 I - + 12 - 19 Oldest Active Fire Stations?


After Henderson Station 2, built 1908, what are the other oldest active fire stations in North Carolina? They include Asheville Station 1 (1924), Charlotte Station 5 (1929), Charlotte Station 6 (1929), Roseboro's station (1930s), Lillington's station (1935), Charlotte Station 7 (1935), Pinehurst's station (1936), Fayetteville Station 2 (1942), Charlotte Station 8 (1948), and Raleigh Station 6 (1949). There are probably others out there. Source: Former and Historic Fire Station Database.
 

Henderson Station 2




Faison Fire Department in Duplin County, the 2 story EMS section was built as a store originally in 1910 and remodeled to join with the fire departments new station in 1968.
car3550 - 10/07/08 - 09:16

Although not presently operating as a true Fire Station, old Charlotte Fire Department Station 2 which currently houses our Arson Task Force was built in 1948. Also, Old Fire Station 4 (Built in 1925) currently serves as the Fire Museum.
Luke - 10/07/08 - 10:16

City of Durham Fire House #2 1950 currently houses Tower 2, Engine 2, Squad 2, and the Batt chief.
BULL - 10/07/08 - 19:38

Changed the call sign from Ladder 2 to Tower 2?
Silver - 10/07/08 - 23:48



  
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