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Engine House No. 34

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Built  1887
Opened  1887
Added to NRHP  24 October 1985
NRHP Reference #  85003375
Area  1,619 m²
Architect  Charles Bateman
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Location  444 Western Ave. Boston, Massachusetts
Architectural styles  Queen Anne style architecture, Romanesque architecture
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Engine House No. 34 is a historic fire station at 444 Western Avenue near the corner of Waverly Street in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The station, a 2-1/2 story brick and brownstone structure, was designed by Charles Bateman and built in 1888. It is one of a small number of Richardson Romanesque structures in the neighborhood, and features an engine entrance recessed behind a large round arch set asymmetrically on the main facade. The roof is gabled, although it has a hipped section above, with a large hipped projection to the left.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.


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