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Florida Icebox & Modern Gas Stations (page 2)

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former station
St. Pete Beach, FL
This former station was built in 1952. It housed a couple of tire stores in recent years. In 2016, the building was adapted for Mastry's Brewing Co. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Punta Gorda, FL
This former station has housed Gregg's Automotive since 1993. [map]

former station
Miami, FL
This former station has housed a church since at least 2007. [map]

former Supertest station
Plant City, FL
This former Supertest station was built in the 1950s. It operated until at least the late 1970s. It has housed the Strawberry Hut since 1993. The canopy structure in front is not original. [map]

former Cities Service station
Titusville, FL
former Cities Service station
Orlando, FL
This former Cities Service station in Titusville now houses City Auto Electric. The round projection above the roof held the company's logo sign. [map]

This former Cities Service station in Orlando is another example of the same design. The building appeared vacant when this photo was taken in 2009. In early 2014, the building was painted blue and yellow. Later in 2014, it was painted grey and orange. The building now houses Prestige Auto Care. [map]

Cities Service stations of this design looked like this originally. [1951 advertising scan thanks Bob Drake]

former Phillips 66 station
Daytona Beach, FL
This former Phillips 66 station is one of the company's now very rare double canopy "batwing" designs. When these photos were taken in 2009, the building appeared to be abandoned. By 2014, half of one of the canopies was gone. The building was vacant. For more, see this website. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
St. Petersburg, FL
former Phillips 66 station
Hialeah, FL
This former Phillips 66 station in St. Petersburg was built in 1964. It has housed Rubber City Tire & Auto Repair since at least 2008. [map]

This former Phillips 66 station in Hialeah has housed various used car dealerships since at least 2007. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Hialeah, FL
This former Phillips 66 station has housed various used car dealerships since at least 2007. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Crestview, FL
This former Phillips 66 station now houses B&K Motors. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Satellite Beach, FL
This former Phillips 66 station has been heavily remodeled. The building now houses Complete Air and Heat Inc. [map]

former Gulf station
Pensacola, FL
This former Gulf station was built in 1966. The building has housed Pensacola Battery since at least 2007. These double canopy Gulf stations are very rare now. [map]

former station
Clearwater, FL
former station
Tampa, FL
This former station in Clearwater was built in 1957. [map]

This former station in Tampa was built in 1966. The building has housed the King State restaurant since 2019. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
St. Petersburg, FL
This former Phillips 66 station was known as W.A. Woodward Phillips 66 in 1970. [map]

former Cities Service station
Miami, FL
This former Cities Service station was built in 1956. For more, see this website. The building now houses a Shell station. [map]

former Mobil station
Tampa, FL
This former Mobil station now houses Ice Cold Air. These mushroom shaped Mobil canopies are very rare now. [map]

former Mobil station
St. Petersburg, FL
The rectangular canopy of this former Mobil station conceals the pair of original mushroom canopies. This station has been rebranded at least three times since that. [map]

More Florida Icebox & Modern Gas Stations:
former Phillips 66 station (Fort Lauderdale)
former station (Miami)
former Cities Service station: 1, 2 (Miami)
former Phillips 66 station (Pensacola)

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