Old Historic Kaka’ako Fire Station
The old Kaka’ako Fire Station was built in 1929 in the Spanish Mission style. The Kakaako station is unusual in that the big fire doors slide to the side rather than up. This historic building is considered to be haunted. The historic Kaka’ako fire station was active from 1929 until 1973; It is now a museum housing a fire truck strafed by the Imperial Japanese Navy’s fighter airplanes while responding to the Pearl Harbor Attacks.
The old Kaka’ako Fire Station is located at 620 South Street in Honolulu. It is located next to the Honolulu Fire Department Headquarters building and the adjacent new Kaka’ako Fire Station.