Alabama Canopy Gas Stations (page 2)

(hit "refresh" to get the most recent version of this page; click on photos for larger images)

former Cities Service station
Birmingham, AL
This former Cities Service station was built in 1930. [map]

former station [gone]
Birmingham, AL


This former station was topped with a traditional looking house. I understand there was another one like this in town that was demolished. By 2010, the building was vacant. Sometime between 2011 and 2015, the building was demolished.

former Texaco station
Gadsden, AL
This former Texaco station is probably from the 1920s or 1930s. These photos are from 2010. The building was repainted by 2014. Unfortunately, the glass Texaco star window detail under the canopy had been painted over or removed. [map]

former station
Russellville, AL
This former station looks like it's probably from the 1920s. The building appeared vacant when these photos were taken in 2010. Does anyone know the history of this building? [map]

former Standard Oil station
Dothan, AL
This former Standard Oil station was built in 1921. It has been vacant since at least 2008. [map]

former Standard Oil station
Florala, AL
This former Standard Oil station was built in 1925. The building has been restored as Ed Smith's Fillin' Station. Ed was shot and killed inside the station in 1978. The son restored the station. [map]

former Standard Oil station
Abbeville, AL
This former Standard Oil station from the 1930s was restored by 2008 and for Great Southern Wood Preserving Company offices. The owner, Jimmy Rane, displays his vast collection of vintage signs downtown. [map]

More Alabama Canopy Gas Stations:
former Gulf station (Eufaula)
former station (Evergreen)
former station (Ozark)
former Gulf station (Roanoke)
former Standard Oil station (Tuskegee)

Canopies (page 1)
Art Deco
Ice Boxes
Pure Oil

Gas Stations Main Page  
Copyright. All photos at this website are copyrighted and may only be used with my consent. This includes posting them at Facebook, Pinterest, blogs, other websites, personal use, etc.

Tips & Updates. If you have suggestions about places that I haven't covered, historical info, or updates about places/things that have been remodeled or removed, I'd love to hear from you: