Does Firehouse 51 really exist?

Some scenes which take place in the Firehouse 51 kitchen are filmed in the actual firehouse kitchen, others are filmed on a studio set. … Firehouse 51 is actually Station 18, which is located at 1360 S. Blue Island Ave in Chicago.

What district is Firehouse 51 in Chicago?

Firehouse 51 proudly protects their great neighbors of the Near West Side, Pilsen, and the legendary Taylor Street.

Firehouse 51.

City: Chicago
State: Illinois
Type: Firehouse

Is there a real station 51 in Chicago?

Firehouse 51 is actually Station 18, which is located at 1360 S. Blue Island Ave in Chicago. “Molly’s Bar,” owned by characters Herrmann, Dawson, and Otis, is filmed in the real Chicago bar “Lottie’s” in Bucktown.

Is Tony on Chicago Fire a real fireman?

Tony Ferraris is a firefighter who portrays himself in Chicago Fire and the apparatus operator of Squad 3 at Firehouse 51. In real life, Tony is assigned to Squad 2, which is quartered with Engine 91 and Battalion Chief 7 at 2829 North Pulaski Road.

Do they use real fire trucks in Chicago Fire?

The fires on Chicago Fire are real and not CGI

“All the tools are real and that’s largely down to (executive producer) Dick Wolf; he made sure we had everything possible to make it real – the tools, the trucks, the gear, all of the people in the background are real firefighters.”

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Where is the Chi filmed?

The donation will be used to support Chicago’s South and West sides where the network’s drama series ‘The Chi,’ created by native Lena Waithe, has been filmed.

Where is Chicago Fire filmed?

You will find our One Chicago cast and crews on filming locations throughout Chicago beginning tomorrow with Chicago Fire at the Chicago Fire Department Station 18, Chicago Med downtown on Randolph, and Chicago P.D. around south Halsted Street on Thursday.

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