Louisiana Canopy Gas Stations (page 2)

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Conoco station
Houma, LA
This Conoco station was built in 1941. I believe it only had a single canopy originally. It is still in business and selling its original brand. A modern canopy has replaced the original double canopies. However, the building's original color scheme, tile, and windows remain intact. For more examples of this Conoco building design, see this page. [map]

former Conoco station
Crowley, LA


This former Conoco station now houses Paul's Glass Service. I believe some of these Conoco stations were built with one canopy. The lone pump was removed sometime between 2013 and 2016. [map]

former Conoco station
Alexandria, LA


This former Conoco station retains its double canopy. It is now used as a car wash/detail center. In 2008, the building was painted white and red. It is still being used as a detail center. [map]

former Conoco station
Leesville, LA
In 2008, this former Conoco station housed Richard's Floor Service. In 2010 when these photos were taken, Fat Boy & Skinny's restaurant had just opened in the building. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Conoco station
Lafayette, LA
This former Conoco station was built around 1938. In recent years, the building housed The Filling Station restaurant. It was vacant in 2018 when these photos were taken. [map]

More Louisiana Canopy Gas Stations:
former Gulf station (Arabi) [map]
former Standard station (Arcadia) [map]
former Sinclair station (Gibsland) [map]
former Sinclair station (New Orleans) [map]
former station (New Orleans) [gone]
former station (Tallulah) [map]

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