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Maryland Canopy Gas Stations

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former station
Baltimore, MD
former station [gone]
Baltimore, MD
The former station shown at the left has been vacant for many years. It is probably from the 1920s. [map]

The former station was being used as car lot when this photo was taken around 2001. This building was demolished in 2008.

former station
Baltimore, MD
This former station now houses Central Service & Repairs and an operating Mystik gas station. The station appears to be from the 1920s or 1930s with bay buildings added later. [map]

former station
Baltimore, MD
This former station last housed a towing service. I believe the building has been vacant since at least 2003. [map]

former station
Baltimore, MD
This former station features apartments on the second floor. The ground floor might still be used for repairs. [map]

former Sinclair station
Mount Rainier, MD
2004: 2010:
This former Sinclair station is buried behind trucks at the Thrifty/Penske rental center. The brick station was built in 1934 and sold gas until Thrifty Car Rental bought it in 1973. The structure has been threatened with demolition for years. It was still standing in 2014. [map]

former Standard station
Kensington, MD
This Standard station was built in 1927. It later became an Esso and then an Exxon. Today, it is known as the Kensington Service Center. The station still sells gas and perform repairs. The office houses a collection of Esso items. [map]

More Maryland Canopy Gas Stations:
former station (Keymar)

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Maryland
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Maryland
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Maryland
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