Arizona Canopy Gas Stations (page 2)

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former station
Bisbee, AZ
This former station now houses Old Bisbee Enterprises. It appears to be a prefabricated steel design. [map]

former station
Bisbee, AZ
former station
Yarnell, AZ
This former station in Bisbee was vacant and boarded up in 2006. When this photo was taken in 2012, the building housed Cochise County Choppers. The building now houses Everhart Insurance. The building is now painted beige and a Texaco pole sign has been added to the lot. [map]

This former station in Yarnell appeared to have been recently restored when this photo was taken in 2012. I don't know if the canopy was original to the building or if this station ever sold the Texaco brand. [map]

former station
Holbrook, AZ
This former station has been vacant since at least 2004. [map]

former station
Globe, AZ
simulated station
Miami, AZ
This former station in Globe looks like it is either vacant or is used as a residence. I did not make note of the address when I took this photo in 2012. Does anyone know where this building is located?

This building in Miami appears to be a simulated station dressed up with Mobilgas signs. [map]

restored Mobil station
Cool Springs, AZ
This restored Mobil station is located on Route 66 and was built around 1926. It burned to the ground in 1966 and remained in ruins until 2001. After three years of rebuilding, the station/gift shop is now open. During the Depression, this station was the last (and very important) stop before crossing the Black Mountains into California. There were cabins lined up east and west of the station. The restaurant, previously adjacent to the station, is being rebuilt and will serve as a local history/motoring museum. [top three photos/info thanks Ned Leuchtner, the owner] [map]

former station
Mesa, AZ


This former station was built in 1936. It doubled as a gas station and general store. The building, known as "The Castle," has housed various businesses over the years. In 1979, it housed Lee's Trailer Service. It was vacant in 2012. In 2015, the building was housing the Freeride Bike Co. In 2016, it was occupied by Anything Upholstery. Since 2017, it has housed Ghost Town Dog Rescue. [map]

Terrible Herbst station
Kingman, AZ
This Terrible Herbst station was probably built around 1979. There is another location like this in Las Vegas, NV. Many of these Terrible Herbst circular arrow, bulb signs have been repurposed by other businesses. For more, see this website. [map]

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