Engine Company No.15

2150 California Street, San Francisco, CA

Gothic Revival style firehouse built in 1884 demolished in 1959


Engine Company No.15

Photo HABS/HAER 1933, courtesy Library of Congress



"Significance: Built in 1884 and was representative of the Gothic Revival Spirit that prevailed in San Francisco form the 1850s and reached its peak in the 1880s. This was one of the principle buildings of the picturesque style which survived the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. It was demolished in 1959 and the important ornamental features of the facade were retained for exhibition purposes." - HABS CA-1882

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