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Alabama Gas Stations

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former Cities Service station
Eutaw, AL
former station?
Birmingham, AL
former Conoco station
Anniston, AL
This former Cities Service station housed a thrift store when this photo was taken in 2007. In 2014, the building was vacant. Between 2014 and 2016, the building was painted and the roof was redone. It still appeared to be vacant. The classic Cities circle above the entrance was covered with a square piece of wood or metal. At the same time, the companion Conoco building which served as a service bay was demolished. [map]

This Birmingham building appears to be a former station from the 1920s. [map]

This former Conoco station now houses Bobby Horne Used Cars. The rock facing was probably not part of the original building design. [photos thanks Tim Ross] [map]

former station
Roanoke, AL
This former station has been here since at least the 1940s. The building originally had a lighthouse on top and the decoration below was meant to represent rocks. Sometime after the lighthouse was removed, an eye was painted on the building since the archway somewhat resembles an elephant's trunk. Some people refer to this as the Snow Elephant Building. The gas station closed in 1989 and the building was used as a produce stand. It appeared to be vacant in 2016. [first photo thanks Tim Ross] [map]

More Alabama Gas Stations:
former Standard Oil station (Abbeville)
former Gulf station (Athens)

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