Website Updating: Gas Stations (Part 2 of 2)

I’ve got a nice big post to close out this section.

This former Gulf station in Bossier City, LA is gone now:

The former Conoco station in Kansas City, MO that housed the Coffee Break coffee shop began housing Tiki Taco earlier this year:

This former station in Caruthersville, MO is gone now:

This former Phillips 66 station in Brunswick, MO is gone now:

This former Pure Oil station in Columbia, MS is gone now:

The former Pure Oil station in Mocksville, NC now houses The Station General Store & Taproom:

The former Phillips 66 station in Clovis, NM has been demolished:

This former Texaco in Carlsbad, NM has been demolished:

The former Pure Oil station in Gallipolis, OH is now housing the Flour Girls Baking Company:

This little cutie in Norman, OK had been abandoned for years. It was demolished recently for a tea shop:

This former station in Oklahoma City, OK briefly housed the Neon Coffee Bar this year (April-December). It had some neon under the canopy and a modern “Neon” sign inside. The donuts looked incredible:

The little Art Deco tower on top of this former station in Pauls Valley, OK has been missing since last year:

This former Phillips 66 in Pryor, OK is gone now:

This former Pan-Am station in Cowan, TN has been demolished:

The Humble Oil station in Jefferson, TX was moved just south of town and restored:

This Humble Oil station in Texas City, TX has been demolished:

This former Gulf station in Beaumont, TX is basically gone now. The rare tower on the right, the canopy, and the porcelain enamel panels are gone:

This former Phillips 66 in Odessa, TX is missing the two canopies now:

The former Phillips 66 canopy in Selma, TX is also gone:

The former Panhandle Oil gas station in Wichita Falls, TX now houses an ATM:

A few months ago, this former station sign in Odessa, TX was removed and moved to Cook’s Garage in Lubbock, TX:

No fear of color! The former Magnolia station, now housing a car wash, in Lockhart, TX has been repainted:

This former station, now brewery, in Richmond, VA also got new paint:

This former Pure Oil station in Mount Jackson, VA has been spruced up for the Vase & Vine flower shop. Replica Gulf pumps and a sign were installed although I doubt this building ever housed a Gulf:

I’m now about 70% of the way thru this winter project with the two biggest sections to go (more than 800 pages to comb). The next post I’ll be moving on to the Signs section. After that, will be the Mid-Century Modern section.

Happy trails,
dj & the dogs

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