Austin Central Fire Station 1

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Austin Central Fire Station #1
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Austin Central Fire Station 1
Austin Central Fire Station 1 is located in Texas
Austin Central Fire Station 1
Austin Central Fire Station 1 is located in the US
Austin Central Fire Station 1
Location 401 E Fifth St, Austin, Texas
Coordinates 30°15′57″N 97°44′23″W / 30.26583°N 97.73972°W / 30.26583; -97.73972Coordinates: 30°15′57″N 97°44′23″W / 30.26583°N 97.73972°W / 30.26583; -97.73972
Built 1938
Architect Kreisle, Edwin C.; Brooks, Max
Architectural style Moderne
NRHP reference # 00000454
Added to NRHP May 5, 2000[1]

Austin Central Fire Station 1, is a fire station at 401 East Fifth Street in Downtown Austin, Texas, United States. It is a part of the Austin Fire Department.[2]

The Austin Fire Museum is located in the historic station. The museum's exhibits include firefighting equipment, uniforms, memorabilia from Texas’ first African American firefighters and more.

The building became a part of the National Register of Historic Places on May 5, 2000.[1]

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