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South Carolina Pure Oil Gas Stations

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former Pure Oil
Florence, SC
This former Pure Oil station housed the Carolina Sandwich Co. from around 2000 to 2007. There was a significant fire in 2007 and the building was vacant until at least 2012. These photos are from 2009. In 2014, the building had been repainted and was housing a hair salon. I doubt the little storage shed out back, third photo, was part of the original Pure Oil plan but it is awfully cute in keeping with the cottage style. [map]

former Pure Oil [gone]
Orangeburg, SC
This former Pure Oil station looked like it has been vacant for a long time when these photos were taken in 2009. By 2013, the building had been demolished.

former Pure Oil
Greer, SC
This former Pure Oil station is now used by City Tire & Alignment. I believe the business has been there since 1998. [map]

former Pure Oil
Anderson, SC
former Pure Oil
Anderson, SC
former Pure Oil
Lexington, SC
The first former Pure Oil station shown above recently housed the New Attitude Styling Salon. It appeared to be vacant in 2010 when this photo was taken. [map]

The second former Pure Oil station above suffered a fire and looked unsalvageable in 2006. I didn't make note of the address. If you know where this building is located or if it's been demolished, I'd love to hear from you.

The former Pure Oil station in Lexington has housed the Needler, a needlepoint and embroidery store, since 1975. [photo thanks Robby Delius] [map]

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