Houston Heights Fire Station


Original digital art design of the beautiful, historic Houston Heights City Hall and Fire Station building. It was constructed as the Houston Heights city hall, jail and fire station in 1914. After the area was annexed by the City of Houston, it served as Fire Station 14 from 1918 until 1995. It is currently on a long term lease from the City to the Houston Heights Association, who has lovingly refurbished this treasured property.

Available on 80 lb. Felt Paper with or without Deckle Edge
Deckle Edge is an ornamental, untrimmed edge finish created by hand, reminiscent of old world fine books and stationary.

This print makes a wonderful gift placed in a nice, photo frame. A great size that is easy to place on a shelf, counter, desk or hang on a wall. (See example photo of framed print.)

Printed in Houston, Texas



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