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Florida Art Deco Gas Stations

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former Gulf station
Miami, FL
This former Gulf station was built in 1941. It now houses Oster Tire. When this photo was taken in 2009, the building housed El Mago de Ponce, an auto repair place. Previously, it was Jasah Tires and, before that, Argentina Gas. There was neon around the cylindrical tower at one time. By 2011, the building had been repainted. [map]

former station
Miami, FL
This former station was originally known as the Southland Super Service Station. It was built in 1938. The station was nearly demolished by Gulf Oil in 1981. The City persuaded the company to keep the building. A third bay of similar design was added at that time. The building now houses a Marathon station. For more, see this website. [map]

More Florida Art Deco Gas Stations:
Gulf Lighthouse Service Station: 1, 2 (Miami Beach) [gone]

FL Canopies FL Ice Boxes FL Pure Oil FL Misc.

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