The large red building has served as the Donalsonville fire station for many years, but I believe it will soon be relocated. The structure was built for the Chero-Cola Bottling Works and also housed City Hall for a time.
Donalsonville Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
One of just a few firehouses from this era still in use in Georgia, the Dawson firehouse also features a tornado whistle. The southwest corner of the state is sometimes referred to as Georgia’s “Tornado Alley”.
This was built by the Federal Emergency Administration as a New Deal project.
Blakely Court Square Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
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