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New Mexico Canopy Gas Stations (page 1)

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former Conoco station
Silver City, NM
former Sinclair station
Silver City, NM
This former Conoco station was built in 1929. The building now houses Cafe Un Mundo. [map]

This former Sinclair station was vacant when this photo was taken in 2012. [map]

former station
Roy, NM
This former station is probably from the 1920s or 1930s. The service bay building was probably built at the same time. The station is still selling gas. [map]

former Sinclair station
Santa Fe, NM
The former Sinclair station now houses a U.S. Bank branch. It housed a First Community Bank in 2008. This photo is from 2012. [map]

former Sinclair station
Roswell, NM
This former Sinclair station was vacant when these photos were taken in 2012. [map]

former station
Roswell, NM
This former station may have been a Gulf station originally. It now houses Layne's Car Craft. [map]

former Conoco station
Las Cruces, NM

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This former Conoco station was probably built in the 1930s or so. It housed New Mexico Bolt & Screw when these 2008 photos were taken. By the 2012 photos, the building was vacant. By 2015, the building housed a bail bonds office. The building was painted beige around 2016. [map]

former station
Vaughn, NM
This structure looks like a former station to me. The building last housed the Allen Motor Company, a classic car dealership. I believe that business closed in the 1990s. Does anyone know the history of this building? [map]

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