10/19/10 109 W, 1 I - + 7 - 4 Former Fire Stations of Raleigh

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Information about former Raleigh stations is also found in this web article, which originally appeared on FireNews. There's even a discrepancy or two, as subsequent research clarified the odd date or two. Need to align all pages with the corrected data. Memo to self: do that.

I would love to see what changes have been made inside the previous #4 on Wake Forest rd. Mike, have you ever contacted the current owner of the station?
RescueRanger - 10/19/10 - 22:35

I paid a visit to the facility about three years ago, and met the owners. I toured the day room, and apparatus bay. The day room had been transformed into cubicle-based office space, as I recall. The apparatus bay was pretty much the same as prior. Maybe some shelves or cabinets, but largely still vehicle-sized.
Legeros - 10/19/10 - 22:37

Still not a prized property in the county’s eyes, it seems…

Land Value Assessed: $352,840
Bldg. Value Assessed: $112,618
Legeros - 10/19/10 - 22:39

Shoulda’ never sold it…
Silver - 10/19/10 - 22:47

Silver is correct. From my understanding a replacement station which should be either 31 or 32 is slated to be built in that area somewhere on Atlantic between Whitaker Mill and Six Forks.
RescueRanger - 10/20/10 - 10:54

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