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Texas Magnolia Gas Stations (page 1)

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former Magnolia station
Vega, TX
This former Magnolia station was built in 1924. The owners lived on the second floor of the building. The station closed in 1953. It served as a barber shop until 1965. The building remained vacant until restoration in 2004. [map]

former Magnolia station
Itasca, TX
This former Magnolia station was built in the 1920s. It is faced with petrified wood. [map]

former Magnolia station
Shamrock, TX
This former Magnolia station was restored with private donations. The sign is a bit inauthentic since the flying pegasus symbol was not used until later when Magnolia became Mobilgas. [map]

former Magnolia station
San Antonio, TX
This former Magnolia station was built in 1930. The building now houses Dale Wise Custom Guns. [map]

former Magnolia station
Lockhart, TX
former Magnolia station
Albany, TX
This former Magnolia station in Lockhart now houses TNA's Small Engine Repair. An addition has been made to the roof. [map]

This former Magnolia station in Albany looked like it had been abandoned for many years when this photo was taken in 2011. In 2015, new owners began restoring the building. It was built sometime before 1931. [map]

former Magnolia station
Smithville, TX
This former Magnolia station was vacant when these photos were taken in 2011. It has been restored since this 2009 photo. [map]

former Magnolia station
Jarrell, TX
This former Magnolia station was built in the 1940s. These photos are from 2011. By 2013, the building had been dressed up considerably with Mobil, Gulf, Phillips 66, and other gas station signs. These three pumps and the building were repainted. I believe the building is maintained by Gulf Motors, a used car dealership, next door. [map]

former Magnolia station
Giddings, TX
This former Magnolia station now houses Mary's Imports. [map]

former Magnolia station
Denison, TX
This former Magnolia station might still be in use as a repair garage. The roof has an addition and the canopy has two additional supporting columns. [map]

former Magnolia station
Navasota, TX
This former Magnolia station housed Chumley's when this photo was taken in 2011. The building had been restored since this 2008 photo. By 2012, the building was housing Rattler's Pit & Soul Food. [map]

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