Central Fire Station
62 Hill Street
The so-called streaky bacon style of architecture embodied in the fire station is usually associated with Rogue Gothic, a style more associated with churches, colleges, and public buildings in the medieval revival mode. Here it appears with more classical features.
Photograph and text George P. Landow
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