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Mississippi Pure Oil Gas Stations

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former Pure Oil station
Hernando, MS

2007:

2019:
This former Pure Oil station in Hernando housed Ashton's Interiors in 2007. By 2013, the building had been painted yellow. The building now houses the Four Seasons Garden Center. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Meridian, MS

2003:

2007:
2019:
This former Pure Oil station was vacant in 2003. The most recent tenant appeared to have been auto-related. By 2007, it had been converted into office space for Steed's Tax Service. By 2013, the building was vacant again. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Jackson, MS

2010:

2019:
This Pure Oil station was built in 1939. It later housed a Union 76 station. It most recently served as the Capital St. Diner & Coffee Shop. The building has been vacant for many years. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Oxford, MS
This former Pure Oil station is now used for office space. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Newton, MS
This former Pure Oil station has been vacant and/or used for storage for many years. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Columbia, MS
former Pure Oil station
Water Valley, MS
This former Pure Oil station in Columbia last housed the Courthouse Cleaners. The building has been vacant since at least 2016. [map]

This building in Water Valley appears to be a heavily remodeled Pure Oil station. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Hattiesburg, MS
This former Pure Oil station housed CMB Financial Services and Check Mate for many years. The building appeared to be vacant in 2019. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Hollandale, MS
This former Pure Oil station appeared to be vacant when these photos were taken in 2019. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Tunica, MS

2007 and 2010:

2019:
This Pure Oil station was built in 1937. I believe the building has always been used in part as the Blue and White Restaurant. There were gas pumps until at least the 1960s. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Macon, MS
This Pure Oil station was supposedly built in 1940. However, I believe that Pure didn't begin using this design until the late 1940s or 1950s. In 2008, this building was adapted for the Macon Welcome Center. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Greenville, MS
This Pure Oil station has been remodeled quite a bit but it still has the unmistakable sloped blue tile roof and chimney like the station above in Macon. [map]

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