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Texas Icebox & Modern Gas Stations (page 2)

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former W.B. Cheek Gulf station
Hillsboro, TX
The former W.B. Cheek Gulf station was built in the 1940s. The building was restored in 2003. These photos are from 2011. By 2011, the pumps and the Gulf signs on the building were gone. The Gulf pole sign was still there and the building was housing Lopez Tire Company. [map]

former Gulf station
Denton, TX
This former Gulf station housed B&O Service & Towing when these photos were taken in 2011. By 2016, the building was housing Denton Skate Supply and Station Motors. For more vintage Gulf stations, see this website. [map]

former Gulf station
Waxahachie, TX
This former Gulf station now houses Tire Town. This is a rare, surviving example of the double canopy style Gulf design. [map]

former Gulf station
Vernon, TX
This former Gulf station now houses Pilcher's Gulf of Vernon. [map]

former Gulf station
Yoakum, TX
This former Gulf station now a State Farm Insurance office. [map]

former Gulf station
Amarillo, TX
This former Gulf station now houses Summit Motors. [map]

former Gulf station
Amarillo, TX
This former Gulf station was a big one with four bays. The office canopy is missing now. The building now houses LDT Motors. [map]

former Gulf station
Clarendon, TX
This former Gulf station is now used by the Wallace Monument Co. [map]

former Gulf station
Canton, TX
This former Gulf station now houses C.J. Automotive. [map]

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