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Iowa Gas Stations (page 2)

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former station
Oxford Junction, IA
In 2000, this Oxford Junction station was restored as a tiny City Hall. While there is a DX sign, I don't know if that's the brand of gas that was sold here originally. It was definitely selling DX from the late 1930s until 1993. The station was built in 1919. [map]

former Skelly station
Centerville, IA
This former Skelly station was built around 1935. It now houses Rodney's Enterprises, a used car dealer. There was originally a diamond shaped Skelly logo sign in that hole above the office. [map]

former Conoco station
Des Moines, IA
This Conoco station was built in 1938. It now houses Victoria Cleaners. [map]

former Conoco station
Centerville, IA
This former Conoco station now houses HomeTown Realty. [map]

former Conoco station
Ottumwa, IA
This former Conoco station is now occupied by the Detlie Law Firm. [map]

former station
De Witt, IA
This former station may have been a Conoco originally. The bay building was probably added later. The station now houses the Petro Stop, a repair shop. The pumps have been removed. For more, see this website. [map]

former White Eagle station
Mason City, IA
This former White Eagle station was built in 1930. The building housed Mary Kay's Grooming Station when these photos were taken in 2009. Other examples of this design can be found in Minneapolis, MN. [map]

former White Eagle station
Madrid, IA
This former White Eagle station appears to be used as a private residence now. [map]

former White Eagle station
Sioux City, IA
This former White Eagle station was built in 1930. It now houses Paxton Street Auto. I believe the part of the building to the left of the gabled projection was a later addition. [map]

former station
Orient, IA
This former station is from the 1930s. It is now dwarfed by the larger modern station's canopy in front of it. This was most likely built as a White Eagle station with the projecting, big gabled portion of the building removed later. [map]

former station
State Center, IA
This former station is also Tudor-influenced. It was most likely a local, one-time build rather than an repeated oil company design. [map]

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