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South Philly's Engine 46 Firehouse to be Demolished?


South Philly's Engine 46 Firehouse to be Demolished?

A firehouse operated here from 1894 thru 1966. For a while, it was Engine 46 Steakhouse. It is of the Flemish Revival style. Its elaborate chimney can be seen from I-95. The most recent owner has a demolition permit and preservationist are not sure what its intentions are. There is a good article about the building in the 6/26/13 Philadelphia Inquirer, by Inga Saffron, on pp. B1, 8. In the 7/16/13 Inquirer, at B1, it says that efforts to preserve the building are gaining some success.


Location: Engine 46 (formerly) , 10 Reed Street , Pennsport Neighborhood , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147, United States
Listing Category: Architecture, Fires, Fire Companies, Preservation / Protection Needed, Repurposed Properties
Virtual / Real: Virtual
Created Date: 06-24-2018

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