Dushore Fire Company, old station, 211 Water Street, Dushore, Pa. Sullivan County Station. Home to the DFC from 1907 until 1955. The building survived a devastating downtown fire in 1983 that destroyed the entire block. (The building was, and still is, the home at the time to the Sullivan Review newspaper).
Baldwin Hose Company No. 4, Steelton Fire Department, South Front Street, Steelton, Pa. Former Dauphin County Company 53. Organized July 1, 1900. Firehouse built in 1904. In 1984 they merged with the two other remaining Steelton companies and moved into the new SFD fire station north on Front Street.
Towanda Fire Department, 101 Elm Street, Towanda, Pa. Bradford County Station 15. Bucket brigades started in Towanda borough around 1837, but the Franklin Engine Company No. 1 didn't organize until April 11, 1854. Then came the Naiad Engine and Hose Company No. 2 a year later, April 28, 1855. Followed by the Lin-ta Steam Fire Company No. 3 on September 28, 1857. They were located on Poplar Street. Next in service was the Mantaua Hook & Ladder Company No. 4 in March of 1871. They were last heard of in 1917. Last was the H.W. Hawes Fire Company No. 5. Organized May 2, 1892 and disbanded in 1935. Companies 2 and 3 merged to form the Naiad-Linta Fire Company. Finally in 1999 the Franklin's and the Naiad-Linta's merged to become the Towanda Fire Department. The old station, at 724 Main Street, is now used by the borough public works.If there are any other old stations in town I missed them. And I found no record of when these building were built.
Imperial Volunteer Fire Department, 111 Pine Street, Imperial, Pa. Allegheny County Station 152. Formed in 1924 as part of the Montour Valley Fire Department their first station was built at 240 Main Street in 1931. In 1936 they revised their charter and formed the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department. They purchased an old bus garage at 115 Main Street in 1956 and rebuilt it into their new fire station. Moving in in 1959. The newest station is located on Pine Street and opened in 2014. Imperial VFD is supported by 2 substations, one in Clinton on Matchette Road and the Westbury substation on Aten Road.