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Texas Conoco Gas Stations

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former Conoco station
Corpus Christi, TX
This former Conoco station has housed Peerless Cleaners since around 2009. Before that, the station was restored as a restaurant. The interior of the semi-circular drive-through bay at the back of the building and the bathroom still feature the original green tile. [map]

former Conoco station
Austin, TX

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2018:
This former Conoco station is from the late 1930s. The building housed various Mexican restaurants since at least 2007. By 2016, it was vacant and painted white and blue. A year later, the building was housing a Megabus bus station. [map]

former Conoco station
Seguin, TX
This former Conoco station now houses E-Z Credit Autos. Although the green tile has been painted over on the outside of the building, it still remains in the bathroom. The original glass windows in the back of the building were still intact when these photos were taken in 2011. By 2013, they had been covered over with plywood. [map]

former Conoco station
Rosenberg, TX
This former Conoco station now houses Hunters Window Tint. [map]

former Conoco station
Beeville, TX
This former Conoco station has been vacant for many years. [map]

former Conoco station
Taylor, TX
This former Conoco station was built around 1945. The building now houses Tangles Hair Salon. [map]

former Conoco station
McAllen, TX

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2018:
This former Conoco station housed a Ducati motorcycle dealership when the 2008 photos were taken. By 2011, bottom rows of photos, the building was occupied by the Bisque-It Shop pottery studio. The tan building next door had been built between 2008 and 2011 in the style of the former station. By 2015, the main building had been painted grey and was housing the Dry Room hair salon. Trees and shrubbery now make it very difficult to photograph the building. The other, newer building now houses the Salt restaurant. [map]

former Conoco station
San Antonio, TX
This former Conoco station was restored to its original look and colors in 2017. For many years before that, it was almost unrecognizable. Since 2018, the building has housed Unico Communications, Inc. [map]

former Conoco station
San Antonio, TX

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2018:
This former Conoco station housed a convenience store in 2011. In 2018, it began housing a La Familia Auto Insurance agency. The building may have had two canopies originally. However, I believe some were built with just one. [map]

former Conoco station
Laredo, TX
former Conoco station
Victoria, TX
This former Conoco station in Laredo was in use as a bus station when this photo was taken in 2008. By 2012, the building appeared to be vacant. The station may have had a second canopy originally. [map]

This former Conoco station in Victoria would have had one or two canopies originally. It appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2011. [map]

former Conoco station
Sulphur Springs, TX
This former Conoco station was built around 1935. It looks like it always had just the one canopy. The canopy's supporting poles are now missing. The building now houses Payne Electric Co. [map]

More Conoco Stations:
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former Conoco station
Pecos, TX
This style former Conoco station would have had freestanding Conoco neon outlined letters on both sides of each canopy. I don't believe these canopies had any supporting poles originally. This vintage photo of a station in Houston has the same zigzag details over the service bays. [map]

former station
Waco, TX
This former station now houses Perales Brothers Automotive. It may have been a Conoco station originally. [map]

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