05/11/09 109 W, 2 I - + 14 - 13 Oxford's Old Station

Photographed in 2007, when Mr. Blogger was returning from the Baltimore Fire Expo, here's Oxford's old fire station at 122 Williamsboro Street. The building, built decades earlier, served as a fire station from 1956 to 1993. The fire station was previously part of a City Hall and Armory building, located next door on Williamsboro Street, and just behind the courthouse. That 1908 structure replaced a combination structure on Wall Street, which was rented in 1906. Read more Oxford Fire Department history . Or learn more about OFD. Or see a big honkin' list of former fire stations around the state. The 1956 fire station building presently serves as county offices. Click to enlarge:

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