Locally known as SoCo, S. Congress Avenue is home to some of Austin's slightly off-beat businesses. In the midst of an odd assortment of architecture is Fire Station No. 2, a staid reminder of the city's program to integrate fire stations into residential neighborhoods without being obtrusive, hence the Tudor Revival building in buff brick.
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Fire Station No. 2
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