Birmingham Fire Station No. 32
The original station was a Quonset hut placed on the site in 1986 soon after the city annexed a large area along the highway. It was considered necessary for the protection of businesses in the commercial area, but was viewed by some as an "outpost" of Birmingham's aggressive expansion efforts.
- Engine 32
- Rescue 32
- Schmidt, William E. (October 10, 1986) "Growing Birmingham irks neighbors." The New York Times
- Wheat, Sydnei (May 2017) "Fire Capt. Harold R. Watson III To The Fire & Rescue" Two Eighty Lifestyle. Premiere issue, pp. 12-14