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Cambridge Street Firehouse

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Built  1886
NRHP Reference #  80000487
Architecture firm  Fuller & Delano
MPS  Worcester MRA
Opened  1886
Added to NRHP  5 March 1980
Cambridge Street Firehouse
Location  534 Cambridge St., Worcester, Massachusetts
Architectural styles  Queen Anne style architecture, American Queen Anne style
Similar  Wachusett Reservoir, DCU Center, Green Hill Park, Salisbury Mansion and Store, Elm Park

The Cambridge Street Firehouse is a historic fire station at 534 Cambridge Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. The two story brick building was built in 1886 in a Queen Anne style, with some Romanesque details. It is nearly identical to Worcester's Woodland Street Firehouse; both were designed by Fuller & Delano and built the same year.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, at which time it was still an active firehouse. Engine 14 and Ladder 9 ran out of this station over the years. Engine 14 was eliminated in 1991. Ladder 9 in the 1960s

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Cambridge Street Firehouse Wikipedia


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