720 Zack Street ,
Downtown Tampa Map

1920 2010

1920 2010


A light-duty fire truck in front of the fire department headquarters. The building has since been renovated and is now home to the Tampa Fire Museum.

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All prints, 11x14 and smaller, come with a decorative white mat. Unless otherwise specified, the historic photo and modern photo are printed on the same sheet of photographic paper. If you would like your photo framed or printed in a size not listed, please feel free to contact me.
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Photo Credits

Historic photograph Courtesy of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System

Modern photograph by Bryan Weinstein

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5 Responses

  1. Dan says:

    Bryan, great job again! Nice when you can see that the city has undertaken the task of preserving the full heritage of a structure. You can really see how Zack St. has been widened where the fire truck is parked.

  2. Dan says:

    I must amend my previous comment. Upon visiting the firefighters museum website, I see that the preservation of the building and creation of the museum was due to the 10-year-long efforts of a handful of citizens, and not the city.

  3. Bryan says:

    The Tampa Fire Museum also has a restored 1949 fire truck. I’d love to get a re-photo of that vehicle in the photo as well…

  4. Anthony says:

    glad to see this building well preserved. I pray no future development threatens its life. There are way too many vacant lots in downtown Tampa for that!!

  5. Bryan says:

    If you are in the area, be sure to stop by the Fire Station Museum inside. Admission is free and the displays were designed by Mary Anna Murphy of MAM Exhibit Design who later let me re-photograph some of her photos!

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