Colorado Canopy Gas Stations

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former Conoco station
Trinidad, CO
This former Conoco station housed Cress Cleaners for many years. These photos are from 2012. By 2018, the building was housing Main St. Cannabis. [map]

Conoco station replica
Sterling, CO
This Conoco station replica is located at the Overland Trail Museum. The gas pumps are restored.

Conoco station replica
Brighton, CO
This replica Conoco station was built to resemble a 1930s station. It is located at the Adams County Historical Society which also has a 1940s barber shop, a 1930s blacksmith shop, and a 1930s schoolhouse on the property. [map]

Reimer-Smith Oil Station
Holyoke, CO
This former Reimer-Smith Oil Station was built in 1927. The vintage photo is from then. It is also known as the White Rose station but it sold a variety of brands over the years. Originally, the station sold Enarco petroleum products and lubricant. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The station closed in 1991 and was nearly demolished in 1998 before being moved here. The office is now used as a mini museum with items relating to the history of the station. The pumps are replicas. [map]

former station
Sedgwick, CO
former station
Arvada, CO
This former station in Sedgwick was evidently built in 1931. It had been vacant for many years. This photo is from 2012. By 2021, it was housing a marijuana dispensary. [map]

This former station in Arvada has been repainted since this 2012 photo. The building appears to be vacant. [map]

former station
Denver, CO
This former station has housed the Buzz Cafe since at least 2004. The station may be from the 1940s. The canopy area is used as a drive-thru window while the bays are used for tables. There is a giant coffee cup on the front of the canopy. The building is painted brown and gold now. [map]

former Sinclair station
Walsenburg, CO


This former Sinclair station has been vacant for many years. It may have housed a Standard Oil station in later years or it may have been just painted with that name. [map]

former Texaco station
Salida, CO



In 2010, this former Texaco station, shown on the far right in both rows of photos above, began housing the Sweet Spot ice cream shop. The canopy had been filled in with walls. The building would have looked like this one originally. By 2018, the Texaco station was housing Floyd's Barber Shop. It is now known as the High Desert Barber Shop.

The separate service bay building on the left housed Cafe Dawn in 2012. By 2018, the building was housing the Gathering Grounds coffeehouse. It now houses Bunny and Clyde's Corner Cafe and Market. [map]

former station
Bristol, CO
former station
Rocky Ford, CO
This former station in Bristol appears to have been built as a Sinclair station. The building appears to be vacant. [map]

This former station in Rocky Ford appeared to be vacant when this photo was taken in 2012. The building still appears to be vacant in 2021. [map]

former station
Pueblo, CO
This former station was built in the 1920s. It has been abandoned for many years. [map]

former station
Hartsel, CO
This former station has been vacant for many years. [map]

More Colorado Canopy stations:
former station (Brighton) [map]
former station (Galeton) [map]

Art Deco
Ice Boxes

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