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Engine Company 16 Fire Station

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Built  1927
Opened  1927
Added to NRHP  2 March 1989
NRHP Reference #  89000021
Area  1,600 m²
Engine Company 16 Fire Station
Location  636 Blue Hills Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut
MPS  Firehouses of Hartford MPS
Architectural style  Tudor Revival architecture
Similar  The Bushnell Center for, Isham‑Terry House, XL Center, Mark Twain House, Elizabeth Park - Hartford

The Engine Company 16 Fire Station is located at 636 Blue Hills Avenue in Hartford, Connecticut. It is a two story steel frame structure, faced in brick with stone trim, with Tudor Revival styling. A three-story crenellated tower rises from the north side. The interior is simply decorated, with a tiled apparatus room on the first floor and a dormitory above, with two brass poles. It was designed by the Hartford firm of Ebbets and Frid, and was built in 1927. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 2, 1989.


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