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Arkansas Art Deco Gas Stations

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former station
Rison, AR

2003:

2019:
This former station was built around 1926. I believe it was built as a Lion station. It later housed a Texaco. The building housed the offices of J.E. Moore Timber Co. in 2003. The building appeared to be vacant in 2014. It was still vacant in 2019. The paint had peeled off the sign revealing a Lion brand. [map]

former Lion station [gone]
Morrilton, AR
This former Lion station was probably built in the 1920s. These photos are from 2008. By 2014, the building had been painted a brighter green but it was still vacant. This station was gone by 2019. There are a couple of other former Lion stations like this in Mississippi.

former Esso Station [gone]
Piggott, AR
The former Esso station was built in 1942. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These photos are from 2010. The building was housing a used car dealership in 2013. The building was gone by 2016.

Samuel P. Taylor Service Station
Little Rock, AR
The former Samuel P. Taylor Service Station was built in 1938. It is now used as office space. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

former Pan-Am station [gone]
Hot Springs, AR
This former Pan-Am station was being used as a service garage when these photos were taken in 2008. By 2014, the building had been demolished. For more, see this website.

former Pan-Am station
Clinton, AR

2010:

2019:
This former Pan-Am station was vacant in 2010. After that, it housed the Lula Belle Boutique. The building now houses Chow Hall BBQ. [map]

former Pan-Am station [gone]
Rector, AR
This former Pan-Am station was in use as a car wash when these photos were taken in 2010. The building was demolished in 2014.

former Pan-Am station
Little Rock, AR
This former Pan-Am station has housed a liquor store since at least 2007. [map]

former Pan-Am station
Texarkana, AR
2008: 2018:
This former Pan-Am station has housed Ray's Muffler since at least 2007. By 2015, the building had been repainted. In 2017, the non-original canopy was considerably smaller. [map]

former Esso station
Magnolia, AR
This former Esso station houses Linkous Auto Glass. For more, see this website. [map]

former Esso station
Malvern, AR
This former Esso station has housed auto repair shops in recent years. The building appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2019. [map]

More Arkansas Art Deco Stations:
former Pan-Am station (Magnolia) [vintage; gone?]
former Esso station (Searcy)

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