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Texas Gas Stations (page 2)

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former Cities Service station
Fort Worth, TX
This former Cities Service station was built around 1923. The building has housed a convenience store and an auto title loans business in recent years. [map]

former Cities Service station
Emory, TX
This former Cities Service station design was only produced from about 1929 to 1930. The building would have originally looked like this one in Boone, IA. [scan thanks Mike Kertok] This station is believed to be the last surviving or at least recognizable example of the style. These stations were probably painted white with black accents which was Cities color scheme at the time. This building housed Waggin' Tails Pet Salon when these photos were taken in 2011. In 2013, the building was vacant. [map]

former Cities Service station
Marshall, TX
This former Cities Service station is now used for office space. The glass Cities Service logo signs and the service bay structure appear to be original. [map]

former Cities Service station
Corrigan, TX
former Cities Service station
Longview, TX
This former Cities Service station in Corrigan appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2011. This canopy was not part of the original design. [map]

This former Cities Service station in Longview now houses James Bail Bonds. [map]

former Cities Service station
Jefferson, TX
This former Cities Service station now houses a real estate office. [map]

former station?
Mineral Wells, TX
This building appears to be a former station. These photos are from 2011. By 2013, the building had been painted and the windows boarded up. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Adrian, TX
This former Phillips 66 station was built in front of Tommy's Cafe in 1947. Tommy's was later known as the Bent Door Cafe. The cafe and station closed in 1970. The cafe was revived briefly in 2007. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Bob's Oil Well
Matador, TX
Bob's Oil Well was built by Bob Robertson in the 1930s. In 1939, a wooden derrick was replaced with this 84 foot tall tower with lights. The complex featured a grocery store, cafe, garage and gas station. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Menard, TX
This former station was known as the Shaddix Sinclair Station in the 1960s. I don't know if it was built as a Sinclair station. The painting is on the building next door. [map]

former station
Carrollton, TX
This former station was renovated in 2016 and now houses the Monkey King Noodle Company. It was supposedly built in the 1930s as one of the state's first Texaco stations. Unfortunately, during the renovation, some of the original details were lost (the double chimney detail, the small window above the door, and the window on the side of the building). [map]

More Texas Gas Stations:
former station (Argyle)
former Conoco station (Corsicana)
former Conoco station (Dallas)
Pure Oil station (Houston) [vintage]
former station (Llano)
former Cities Service station (Newton) [map]
former station (Robert Lee)
former station (San Antonio)
Whiting Brothers station: 1, 2, 3 (Shamrock)
former Cities Service station (Tyler)
various cities

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