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Railway to Heaven: 1939

Railway to Heaven: 1939

Washington, D.C., circa 1939. "View of train tracks and St. Dominic's Church." Medium format negative, photographer unknown. View full size.

 

Engine Co. 4 Firehouse

This is Virginia Avenue between 4½ and Sixth Streets SW. The building at right with the flag on the roof is the DCFD Engine Company 4 firehouse, which was abandoned Sept. 12, 1940. Since the flag is flying, the house is still active.

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