| 1853 (1853)|
18 June 1973
| 416 N. Gay St., Baltimore, Maryland|
Gothic Revival architecture
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Engine House No. 6 (Baltimore, Maryland) Wikipedia
Engine House No. 6 is a historic fire station located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. This two-story brick building features a 103-foot Italian-Gothic tower at the apex of its truncated triangular shape. It was built in 1853–54, and the tower is said to be a copy of Giotto’s campanile in Florence, Italy.
Engine House No. 6 was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.