Engine House No. 36

Charles R. Thomas Fire Station on Edmondson Avenue

Built in 1910 of brick with stone trim in Tudor style, Fire Engine House No. 36 celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010. Designed by architects Ellicott & Emmart and built by the Fidelity Construction Co., Engine House No. 36 reflected Baltimore's investment in modern fire-fighting facilities and technology in the aftermath of the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904. Ellicott & Emmart worked on a number of public buildings around this same period including Primary School No. 37 (located at E. Biddle St. and N. Patterson Park Ave.) and the Forest Park Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library (1912).

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Fire Engine House No. 36

Fire Engine House No. 36

Source: The Brick Builder (1911), Plate 159 View File Details Page

Street Address:

2249 Edmondson Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21223 [map]

Official Website:

Charles R. Thomas Fire Station, Baltimore City Fire Department

Cite this Page:

“Engine House No. 36,” Explore Baltimore Heritage, accessed May 27, 2017, http://explore.baltimoreheritage.org/items/show/326.

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