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Alabama Pure Oil Gas Stations

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former Pure Oil station [gone]
Anniston, AL

2003:

2007:
This former Pure Oil station housed various banks since at least the 1970s. When these photos were taken, the building was in use as an office for United Savings. By 2011, the building had been demolished. [2007 photos thanks Tim Ross]

former Pure Oil station
Grove Hill, AL
This former Pure Oil station has housed a drug store since at least 2009. In addition to some remodeling, the "P"s (or replicas) are installed on the fronts rather than the sides of the chimneys. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Bessemer, AL
This former Pure Oil station was built in 1940. The building has housed Boateng's Cajun Creations Restaurant since at least 2013. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Greensboro, AL
former Pure Oil station
Roanoke, AL
This former Pure Oil station in Greensboro now houses the New Hope Therapy Center. [map]

This former Pure Oil station in Roanoke was built in 1930. The building now houses JD Tires. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Brewton, AL
2005: 2020:
This former Pure Oil station had been restored by 2007. It was still vacant in 2013. By 2016, the building was housing Peak Automotive, a used car dealer. Since 2018, the building is vacant once again. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Atmore, AL
2005: 2020:
This former Pure Oil station appeared to be undergoing renovation in 2005. Since 2017, the building has housed the Gather Restaurant. The canopy on the left, which looked like a drive-through addition, had been walled up and extended to the back. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Montgomery, AL
This former Pure Oil station now houses Leavell Banking Co. and a law office. [map]

former Pure Oil station
Irondale, AL
This former Pure Oil station appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2007. It now houses Studio by the Tracks. [map]

former Pure Oil
Tuskegee, AL
I believe this later design former Pure Oil station was built in the 1950s. It still has the original blue porcelain enamel roof tiles. [map]

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