12/03/09 76 W, 1 I - + 16 - 14 Now This is a Central Station!


Newly dedicated Orlando Fire Department Station 1 at 87 W. Central Boulevard. Also houses administration offices. Three-story structure with 60,000 square-feet. More than three times the size of the old Station 1 at 439 S. Magnolia Avenue, built 1969. Houses three shifts of 25 firefighters, plus 50-member administrative staff. Plus speciality units, including haz-mat, dive rescue, arson team, and bomb squad. Price tag? Merely $21 million. Read the Orlando Sentinel article.
  

Red Huber / Orlando Sentinel Photo




Love the photo – can you post a hi-res (or larger) version of this one? You have a wonderful blog/site/resource – I read it often. I’d love to share some of my firehouse/station photos with you at some point – I’ll send you some links to my Picasa galleries.

Thanks for all you do.

-Trevor James
Fire Station enthusiast, Frederick MD
Trevor James - 12/08/09 - 00:00

Ah – I see that it’s an Orlando Sentinel photo. I’ll contact them and see if they can get me a hi-res. Sorry – I just assumed you had taken this photo!

My bad-

Trevor
Trevor James - 12/08/09 - 00:03

There’s more info on the construction of this station via the City of Orlando Web site – some interesting architect renderings and other photos for those interested: http://www.cityoforlando.net/fire/Fireho..
Trevor James (Email) - 12/08/09 - 00:11



  
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