08/25/12 133 W, 1 I - + 7 - 4 Bungalow Style Fire Stations in North Carolina


For your Saturday consideration, how many bungalow-style fire stations have been built in North Carolina? We'll use the Wikipedia definition of bungalow as our criteria: a one-story house-like building, and usually with a veranda. Found a handful, which are shown below. What were some others? Top to bottom, left to right: Asheville Old Station 2 on Bartlett Street (1923-1975, demolished), Greensboro Old Station 5 on South Mendenhall Street (1919-1964), Greensboro Old Station 6 on Westover Terrace (1948-1989, demolished), Greensboro Old Station 8 on West Lee Street (1925-1970), New Bern Old Station 3 on National Avenue (1955-2003), Raleigh Old Station 4 on Jefferson Street (1924-1963), Salisbury Old Station 2 on Main Street (1942-1980, still standing?), and Winston-Salem Old Station 6 on West Academy Street (1925-1996, demolished). Sources are my history pages. Click to enlarge:
 





Unsure if Greenville’s Old Station 2 on Chestnut Street (1930?-1955) counts as bungalow-style:


(http://legeros.com/history/nc/images/greenville-chestnut-street.jpg)
Legeros - 08/25/12 - 12:28

Station 7 in Fayetteville on Stacey Weaver Dr.


(http://bravethefire.com/images/content/Stations/new/station7_main_sm.jpg)
Frick - 08/27/12 - 07:02



  
Remember personal info?

/ Textile

Comment moderation is enabled on this site. This means that your comment will not be visible on this site until it has been approved by an editor.

To prevent spam we require you to answer this silly question
 

  (Register your username / Log in)

Notify:
Hide email:

Small print: All html tags except <b> and <i> will be removed from your comment. You can make links by just typing the url or mail-address.