Fire Station 18, circa 1925

Bungalow Fire Station 18, located at 2200 NE 24th Ave, circa 1925. Bungalow stations were designed to blend into neighborhoods; the fire engine was parked behind the windows and planter boxes on the right side of the image. This style station was designed by our own Battalion Chief (later Fire Chief) Lee Holden.

 

Bungalow Fire-Station, circa 1925: A2004-002.68

Bungalow Fire-Station, circa 1925: A2004-002.68

 

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SW Lincoln Street , circa 1929

Here is another view of the inactive reservoir we posted last week at SW Lincoln Street and SW 6th Avenue, circa 1929.

 

Inactive reservoir site at SW 6th Avenue and SW Lincoln Street, circa 1929: A2008-009

Inactive reservoir site at SW 6th Avenue and SW Lincoln Street, circa 1929: A2008-009

 

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Balch Gulch Trunk Sewer, 1922

Balch Gulch Trunk Sewer looking upstream from below the sewer intake.

 

Balch Gulch Trunk Sewer  looking upstream from rocky field below sewer intake with view of bridge and houses, February 28, 1922: A2001-008.16

Balch Gulch Trunk Sewer looking upstream from rocky field below sewer intake with view of bridge and houses, February 28, 1922: A2001-008.16

 

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SW Washington Street, circa 1927

View of the waterfront and SW Washington Street, looking west from the Willamette River, circa 1927.

 

 View of SW Washington Street looking west from the water, circa 1927: A2004-002.5653

View of SW Washington Street looking west from the water, circa 1927: A2004-002.5653

 

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