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Oklahoma Gas Stations (page 3)

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former station
Norman, OK
This former station was probably built by an independent company. By the mid-1930s, it was a Phillips 66 station. In 1938, it was a Deep Rock station and by 1940, it was a Barnsdall station. By the 1960s or 1970s, it was in use as a Gibble station. The building has been abandoned for many years. [map]

former station
Pond Creek, OK
This former station was a DX station at one time. I don't know what brand was sold here originally. [map]

former station
Tulsa, OK
former station
Tulsa, OK
The first former station shown above appeared to be vacant when these photos were taken in 2012. It was still vacant in 2016. [map]

The second former station above now houses Tina Jones Hair Studio. [map]

former station
Tulsa, OK
This former station was built in 1928. It was being restored when these photos were taken in 2012. The building now houses 918 Coffee, a coffee shop. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former station
Tulsa, OK
This former station now houses Scott's Auto Trim & Upholstery. [map]

former station
Drumright, OK
former Marland Oils station
Hominy, OK
This former station in Drumright was probably built in the 1920s. This photo is from 2011. By 2014, the building had been painted white and the roof painted blue. It still appeared to be vacant. By 2016, it was housing The Flower. [map]

This former Marland Oils station was built in 1921 in a triangular shape which reflected the company's logo. This was the third building built by the company. It may be the only surviving example. In later years, the building housed a cafe and a used car dealership. In 1988, the building was donated to the Hominy Heritage Association. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Perry, OK
The small building at this former station was probably built in the 1920s. It may have been a Conoco station originally. The bay building may have been built later. [map]

former station
Drumright, OK
This former station was probably built in the 1920s or 1930s. [map]


former Randall Tire Company
Vinita, OK
former station
Mangum, OK
former station [gone]
Woodward, OK
The Randall Tire Company building was constructed in 1931. The business sold gas as well as tires. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It now houses an auto parts store. [map]

This former station in Mangum now houses Rusty's Auto Outlet. [map]

This former station in Woodward had been abandoned for many years. It may have been a Phillips 66 originally. This photo is from 2011. The building was still there in 2014 but gone by 2016.

former station
Elk City, OK
This former station was a Texaco at one time. It may have been a Phillips 66 originally. The building has been abandoned for many years. [map]

former Deep Rock station
Oklahoma City, OK
former station
Weatherford, OK
This former Deep Rock station was built in the 1930s. There was probably a canopy attached to the building originally. It was restored around 2009 and now houses the Foundry Collective. [map]

This former station was probably built in the 1920s or 1930s. It appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2011. [map]

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