and I'll get it on asap
Fire Station No 1, Located at 425 W. 7th Street
Pueblo's Fire Station #2, Located at 1800 Eagleridge Blvd.
Pueblo Fire Station #3. Located at 123 West Evans Avenue
Fire Station No 4, Located at 2201 Lake Avenue
Fire Station No 5, Located at 2406 6th Avenue
Fire Station No 6, Located at 1325 East 4th Street
Fire Station No 7, Located at 840 South Pueblo Blvd.
Fire Station, Engine CO. No. 8, 1551 Bonforte Blvd.
Fire Station No 9, Surfwood Lane
Photo not too soon, as waiting for FAA to ok to take photo at airport
Fire Station No 10, Located at the Pueblo Memorial Airport
Hose Co. No. 3 Fire Museum 116 Broadway Avenue
HOSE COMPANY NUMBER 3
Pueblo Local Landmark. Designated 7-24-06
Fire station #3, built three years after establishment of the fire department in 1895, was the first stand-alone fire station in Pueblo.
It was designed to house horses and horse-drawn hose apparatus, which were common equipment at the time. Hose Company No. 3
is one of the only stations left standing in Southern Colorado that housed this type of apparatus. It served its purpose longer than any other fire station in the City of Pueblo's history.
Pueblo FireFighters Historical Center 126 N. Main Street coming soon
I think it's the old #2 fire stateion but checking to make sure
Victoria 231 Street Fire Station now Carlson Real Estate Company
West Park Volunteer Fire Dist.
Firestation in Pueblo West, 51 E. Hahns Peak Ave.
Old Fire Stations, If anyone has a list and addresses of pass Fire Stations, let me know and I'll
try to get a drone photo of them.
Old Fire Station at 1201 Evans, Now a private home
Private house now Routt and Mesa, Old Engine Co No 4
14. 1201 East Evans.
THE BESSEMER FIRE STATION
Pueblo Local Landmark. Designated 8-08-05
A classic example of the partnership between a municipality and the depression-era Works Progress Administration, the Bessemer
Fire Station is the city's best example of a commercial Pueblo Revival style structure built in 1941, a rather late manifestation of the WPA.
Constructed from the brick of the former adjacent Bessemer City Hall, it anchors the heart of Bessemer and symbolizes the glory of the Steel City.
Routt and Mesa, Old Engine Co No 4
Old Fire station on Prairie, will get info soon
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