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former Phillips 66 station
Carthage, MO
former Standard Oil station
Carthage, MO
This former Phillips 66 Station was built in the 1920s and was originally located in Avilla, MO. It was moved later to Red Oak II which is a collection of old buildings and antiques.

The Standard Oil station was built around 1915. The building was originally faced with steel panels meant to look like wood siding. This look was preserved when the building was moved to Red Oak II around 2008. This building was previously located about six miles away and had been moved a couple times before. For more, see this website.


former Phillips 66 station
Joplin, MO

former Phillips 66 station
Caledonia, MO

former station
Caruthersville, MO
This former Phillips 66 station was built around 1928 as part of the Shamrock Inn complex which offered lodging, gas, and a café. The station closed in 1959 and was converted into a barber shop in 1962. It was used as Dale's Ole 66 Barber Shop until 2006. In 2010 when this photo was taken, the building housed Solace Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. In 2012, the building and a remaining cabin behind it were put up for sale. [map]

This former Phillips 66 station has been vacant for many years. The pink painted details are probably from the 1960s. In the 1980s, this station still had the round, glass Phillips 66 sign in the chimney. [map]

This former station in Caruthersville might have been a Phillips 66 station originally. It seems a little too big though. The building appeared vacant when this photo was taken in 2010. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Cuba, MO
This former Phillips 66 station was built in 1932. Over the years, it served as a Standard, a Skelly, and a Mobil station. In 1985, the building was converted for use as the Washington Street Bakery. The building was completely restored around 2005. However, it was still vacant in 2010 when these photos were taken. The "patchwork" roof simulates the original color scheme. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
St. Louis, MO
This former Phillips 66 station has been vacant since at least 2005. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Brunswick, MO
This former Phillips 66 station appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2010. It was still vacant in 2016. I believe it had been used as a restaurant for awhile. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
St. Joseph, MO
I'm pretty certain that this former station was originally a Phillips 66. I believe the part of the building between the two drainpipes was original and the part of the building to the right with the second gable was added later. The shape and detail on the drainpipes is similar to the few remaining Phillips 66 originals that I have seen. The building housed K&M Motors when these photos were taken in 2010. It was vacant in 2013. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
St. Louis, MO
This former Phillips 66 station was home to Southside Motors, an auto repair shop, when these photos were taken in 2012. The building was repainted in 2005. It had been the original colors before that. The second building (fourth photo) was built in 1945. By 2015, the building was or had been housing BG Motors. It looked like the building was vacant. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Kansas City, MO
former Phillips 66 station [gone]
Independence, MO
This former Phillips 66 station in Kansas City now houses or most recently housed Shelton Auto Repair. This photo is from 2010. By 2011, the building was in use as a repair shop. [map]

This former Phillips 66 station in Independence had been used as a residence for many years. These photos are from 2010. By 2013, the building was gone.

former Phillips 66 station
Warrenton, MO
former station
Kirksville, MO
The former Phillips 66 station in Warrenton was occupied by All Pet Grooming when these photos were taken in 2010. [map]

I don't believe this former station in Kirksville was built as a Phillips 66. The gable appears to be too wide. The louvered vertical windows which appear to be original are not Phillips 66 details either. [map]

picnic shelter
Conway, MO
This picnic shelter was built in 2009 to look like a Phillips 66 cottage station. It is located at the westbound I-44 Welcome Center rest area. [map]

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