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Pennsylvania Gas Stations (page 2)

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former station
DuBois, PA

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This former station previously housed Hi-Way Oil. The building appeared vacant in 2006. By 2007, the pumps and lights were gone. [map]

former station
Brookville, PA
This former station was designed by Russell Howard and built for Walter J. Sandt in 1929. It was originally a Pennzoil station and remained so until it closed around 1974. The back part of the building was added in 1947. From that time until 1980, the station also doubled as a car dealership. The building now houses offices. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Oil City, PA
This former station is now home to Short Street Motorcars, a classic car dealer. This station has some similarities to these Standard stations but I don't know if that was the original brand sold here. [map]

former station
Greensburg, PA
former station
Reynoldsville, PA
This former station in Greensburg appears to be a remodeled Texaco station. For an intact and restored example, see this station in Canfield, OH. [map]

This building in Reynoldsville appears to be a former station. The building housed the Korner Kupboard antiques store when this photo was taken in 2006. By 2015, the building was housing the Reynoldsville Historical Society. [map]

former station
Ridley Park, PA
This building appears to be a former station. It now houses J&M Discount Tire Center. [map]

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