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Washington, DC Gas Stations

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former Gulf station
Washington, DC
This former Gulf station now houses an Exxon station. The building was designed in 1935 by J.P. Balaze. This is the city's oldest Gulf station. For more, see this website. [map]

former Gulf station
Washington, DC
This former Gulf station is also known as the Embassy Gulf station. It was designed in 1936 and is clad in Alabama limestone, to match the Church of the Pilgrims across the street. The station was saved from demolition in 1973. The building was restored and added to the National Register of Historic Places. During the restoration, the tower was removed. The entrances and windows were also significantly altered. The building housed a Mobil station when these photos were taken in 2003. By 2014, it was a Sunoco station. For more, see this website. [map]

More Washington, DC Gas Stations:
Minute Service Station No. 2 [vintage; gone]
former Amoco station [vintage; gone]

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