Historic Fire Station 6

Fire Station No. 6 was built in 1894 and served the “Sweet” Auburn community until 1991. Hear about the desegregation of the Atlanta Fire Department and view a 1927 American LaFrance fire engine at the museum.

Text from the National Park Service website

Find More

Address

Historic Fire Station 6, 39 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Website

nps.gov/malu/planyourvisit/firestation_no_6

Phone

(404) 331-5190

 

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