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Florida Icebox & Modern Gas Stations

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former station
New Smyrna Beach, FL
This former station now houses Smyrna Auto Air. The canopy has most likely been altered and is now missing its supporting columns. [map]

former Enco station
Tallahassee, FL
This former Enco station has been vacant since around 2009. The building design is the same one developed for Esso but the company was prohibited from using that name. For more, see this website. [map]

former Gulf station
Sarasota, FL
This former Gulf station housed Main Street Cleaners when this photo was taken in 2009. Since at least 2011, the building has housed Courtesy Cleaners. The building has been repainted yellow and green. For more, see this website. [map]

former Gulf station
Tallahassee, FL
This former Gulf station now houses Blount Plumbing & Septic Tank. [map]

former Gulf station
Quincy, FL
This former Gulf station was built in the 1950s. It is also known as the Gulf Oak Service Station. The building was restored in the early 1990s by Wilson Hinson. The interior is filled with Gulf memorabilia, as well as an old register, oil cans, and pumps. For more, see this website. [map]

former Cities Service station
Titusville, FL
former Cities Service station
Orlando, FL
This former Cities Service station in Titusville now houses City Auto Electric. The round projection above the roof held the company's logo sign. [map]

This former Cities Service station in Orlando is another example of the same design. The building appeared vacant when this photo was taken in 2009. In early 2014, the building was painted blue and yellow. Later in 2014, it was painted grey and orange. It was housing Imperial Performance, a tire shop. [map]

For vintage photos of these Cities Service station design, see these websites: 1 and 2. [1951 advertising scan thanks Bob Drake]

former Phillips 66 station
Daytona Beach, FL
This former Phillips 66 station is one of the company's now very rare double canopy "batwing" designs. When these photos were taken in 2009, the building appeared to be abandoned. By 2014, half of one of the canopies was gone. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
St. Petersburg, FL
former Mobil station
Tampa, FL
This former station in St. Petersburg was W.A. Woodward Phillips 66 in 1970. I don't know if it was a Phillips 66 originally. [map]

This former Mobil station now houses Ice Cold Air. These mushroom shaped Mobil canopies are very rare now. The only other survivor that I know of in Florida is the concealed one in St. Petersburg. [map]

More Florida Icebox & Modern Gas Stations:
former station (Clearwater)
former Phillips 66 station (Hialeah)
former Gulf station (High Springs)
former station (Miami)
former Cities Service station: 1, 2 (Miami)
former Cities Service station (Miami)
former Texaco station (Miami)
former Enco station (Palmetto)
former Gulf station (Pensacola)
former Phillips 66 station (Pensacola)
former station (Punta Gorda)
former Phillips 66 station (Satellite Beach)
former station (St. Pete Beach)
former station (Tampa)
former station (Tampa)
former Texaco station? (West Bradenton)

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