Here’s some pictures of the two former homes of Warren Engine Company Number One. Per Carsonpedia:
The Warren Engine Co. #1 was one of Carson City’s first firehouses, here at the northeast corner of Curry and Musser Streets. It was built in 1864, and has been occupied at various times by all three of Carson City’s historic all-volunteer fire companies, the Curry, Swift, and Warren Engine Companies. The Warrens stayed here until the 1950s, when a new headquarters was built across the street.
Here the real old firehouse:
And how it looks today, again courtesy of Carsonpedia:
And here’s the newer home across the street to the south. It was torn down and turned into a parking lot after the firefighters moved to their modern quarters on Stewart Street. Prior to the demolition, there was a firefighters museum on the second floor. I wonder whatever happened to all that equipment.
Edit: Here’s some pix of the demolition from Around Carson.