San Diego

Accessibility Tools

  • Check if your spelling is correct, or try removing filters.
  • Remove quotes around phrases to match each word individually: "blue drop" will match less than blue drop.
  • You can require or exclude terms using + and -: big +blue drop will require a match on blue while big blue -drop will exclude results that contain drop.

Fire Station No. 3 in 1930

Magnify by hovering your mouse over the image. Zoom in/out with the mousewheel.

1930 photo of the crew of Fire Station No. 3 at 5th and Palm - 5 firemen and their fire truck. Fire Station 3 began operation on 4th Avenue and Laurel Street in 1900. In 1909, it moved to 5th and Palm. That building was closed temporarily from 1933 to 1937 and Fire Station 3 was relocated to its current building on West Kalmia in December 1977. Fire Station 3 serves Midtown, Balboa Park and its surrounding areas. Engine 3's district is 2.24 square miles. (Photo by Norman Baynard)

Provide feedback for this photo

Download high resolution photo

Provide feedback for "Fire Station No. 3 in 1930"