Georgia Icebox & Modern Gas Stations

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former Gulf station
Cartersville, GA
former Amoco station
Statesboro, GA
This former Gulf station was built in 1945. The previous tenant was Summey's Service Station. The building was vacant and the pumps had been removed when this photo was taken in 2005. Pure Oil was apparently the last brand of gas that was sold here. In 2008, the building was housing Trellis Garden & Gifts. By 2012, the building was housing the Olson Law office. By 2016, it was housing the Spool of Dreams Boutique. By 2018, it was housing the Noble & Main Coffee Co. [map]

This former Amoco station was vacant in 2009 when this photo was taken. By 2014, the rooftop Amoco sign was gone and the building was housing Automation Tire. The building now houses World's Best Auto. [map]

former Sinclair station [gone]
Mountain City, GA
This former Sinclair station appeared vacant when these photos were taken in 2009. I'm told that the station has been demolished.

former Texaco station
Columbus, GA
This former Texaco station housed Doug's Automotive when this photo was taken in 2010. By 2010, the building housed Tire City. [map]

former Gulf station
Atlanta, GA
This former Gulf station was built in the 1940s. The building housed the Rolling Bones restaurant when these photos were taken in 2007. The restaurant closed in 2011 after a fire. The building remains vacant and surrounded by chain link fencing. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Decatur, GA
The bays of this former station housed the Watershed restaurant when these photos were taken in 2007. The restaurant operated here from 2002-2010. The space now houses the Chai Pani restaurant. The station's office and canopy has housed Your Cleaners since at least 2007. [map]

Dixie station
Alma, GA
Dixie station
Swainsboro, GA
Dixie station
Adel, GA
Dixie station [gone]
Tifton, GA
These four Dixie stations are not so much noteworthy for their building designs but rather for the scarcity of the company's signs at this point. The Alma and Swainsboro stations were both closed but their plastic signs were still there in 2007. I don't know if these signs or stations are still there.

The Dixie station in Adel was also closed when these photos were taken in 2010. The station, signs, and pumps were still there in 2012. [map]

There is another Dixie station in Adel which was still operating in 2016. [map]

The Dixie station in Tifton was still in operation when these photos were taken in 2008. By 2012, the pumps were gone and the station had been rebranded as a Citgo station. The only Dixie sign left is the one on the front of the convenience store. [map] [photos thanks Robby Delius]

There was a neon Dixie sign in Meridian, MS.

More Georgia Icebox & Modern Stations:
former Texaco station (College Park) [map]
Dixie station (Dallas) [map]
former Phillips 66 (Eatonton)
former Gulf station (Hiltonia)
Dixie station (Lenox) [map]
former station (Rome)
Dixie station (Trion)

Art Deco
Pure Oil

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