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Gas Stations: Links & Books

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MORE GAS STATIONS: (for states & countries without pages yet)

Hawaii
unknown station (Kalaupapa)

Outside the U.S.
thatched roof station (Victoria Falls, Africa)
Fiat Tagliero Building: 1, 2 (Eritrea, Asmara)
Billy's Service Station (Brisbane, Australia)
station conversion (Berlin, Germany)
abandoned station (Koln, Germany)
unknown station (Nijmegen, Holland)
Standard Station (Oslo, Norway)
unknown station (Salamanca, Spain)
Little Chef (Nottinghamshire, UK)

WEBSITES:
Vintage Gas Stations Flickr Pool
Gas Signs
Primarily Petroliana: Gas Stations & Museums
Richfield Stations

MAGAZINES:
Check the Oil
Petroleum Collectibles

BOOKS:
The American Gas Station, Michael Karl Witzel, 1992
Fantastic Filling Stations, Tim Steil, 2002
Fill 'er Up, Daniel I. Vieyra, 1979
Fill 'er Up: The Glory Days of Wisconsin Gas Stations, Jim Draeger & Mark Speltz, 2008
The Gas Station in America, John A. Jakle & Keith A. Sculle, 1994
Gas Station Memories, Michael Karl Witzel, 1994
Gas Stations Coast to Coast, Michael Karl Witzel, 2000
Gas Stations, Wayne Henderson & Scott Benjamin, 1994
A Great Name in Oil: Sinclair through Fifty Years, Sinclair Oil Corporation, 1966
Hitting the Road: Art of the American Road Map, Yorke, Margolies & Baker, 1996
One Hundred Years of Gas Stations, Wayne Henderson, 2013
Phillips: The First 66 Years, William C. Wertz, 1983
Pump and Circumstance, John Margolies, 1993
Roadside Memories, Todd P. Helms & Chip Flohe, 1997
Route 66: The Mother Road, Michael Wallis, 1990
Service Stations: Vol. 1, American Gas Stations, 1922-1964, Mark L. Elmore, 2004
Standard Oil: The First 125 Years, Wayne Henderson & Scott Benjamin, 1996

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