Fort Hill Square Fire Station (former) Repairs – Boston MA

Description

Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.) laborers repaired Boston’s old Fort Hill Fire Station during the mid-1930s. The building was torn down in 1952 to make way for construction of the since-buried downtown freeway.

Source notes

Works Progress Bulletin, Massachusetts: Dec. 2, 1936 (pg. 3).
http://archive.org/details/worksprogressbul3637unit

http://bostonfirehistory.org/firehouses/former-firehouses-non-extant/engine-25ladder-8rescue-1-fort-hill-sq-downtown/

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on January 23, 2017.

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Location Info


High St. and Oliver St.
Boston, MA

Location notes: Approx. location

Coordinates: 42.356105, -71.052887

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