Behind the fast food franchises and service stations lining TX 288 lies this serene little building, which relies on wall planes of CRS's signature red paving brick for architectural effect. The identifying graphics on the screen wall facing Skinner Street represent the height of style c. 1960.
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Freeport Fire Station No. 2
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