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Hose House No. 3

Hose House No. 3
Hose House No. 3

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Indiana St / 1065 Pennsylvania St, originally 100 E Pennsylvania St / 315 N Fourth Ave, originally 315 Walker St
Evansville, IN

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1895 Hose house is built replacing old station
1955 Moves to Municipal Market


Southeast corner of Walker St (Indiana St) and 4th Ave
District: Lamasco
Latitude: 37.97834608309
Longitude: -87.579813301563
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Style: Romanesque Revival
Architect: Schlotter, Frank J.



plans 1891 by schlotter New station built 1895 to replace old Hose House No. 3 largest station in indiana at the time. had towers on both corners of Walker/Fourth

The front section and tower were removed when penn expwy was built c1960. entrance /address moved to indiana st can see brick row of old front (used to be more symmetrical

Moved 1955 to Municipal Market on First and Penn (Lloyd Expy) Now on 4th and Franklin moved 1979

Street Dept warehouse 1962 traffice engr dept 1982 1999 almost remodeled for administration offices presently local 357 intl assoc firefighters

Minus tower sometime c1980

See also Government / Civic Lamasco district

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