Engine Company No.33

117 Broad Street, San Francisco, CA

Description 

Classical Revival style firehouse designed by Charles R. Wilson and built entirely of redwood. The ceilings are twenty feet high and the hose drying tower is over sixty feet high.

Engine Company No.33 was the last in San Francisco to use horse drawn apparatus before motorizing in 1921. The building was decommissioned as a firehouse in 1977 and sold at public auction.

Update Log 

  • May 8, 2019: Added by Richard Doody

Sources 

  • Richard Doody