Engine Company No. 25 is a historic firehouse located at 3203 Martin Luther King Jr., Ave SE, Washington, District of Columbia.
It was built in 1901 and, starting in 1903, served by Chemical Company 5, which served in areas where water hydrants were not yet available. Its original equipment was a 1903 American LaFrance double tank 170 gallon chemical engine. In July 1913 Company 5 was disbanded and Engine Company 25 occupied the firehouse. Its original equipment was a 1913 Ahrens Fox 700 GPM motor pumper.
In 2007 the firehouse was listed by the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Firehouses in Washington D.C. Multiple Property Submission.
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