Indiana Gas Stations

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former Economy station
New Albany, IN
This former Economy station was designed by Sullivan & Cozart. It was built in 1929. By 1935, it had been renamed the Direct Oil station. It later housed the Supreme Oil Service, the Hargo Oil Company, the Sears Service station, and Abe's Rental. The building was vacant for many years. It was being restored when these photos were taken in 2010. In 2016, the building began housing the 410 Bakery. It now houses Coffee Crossing. For more, see this website. [map]

former Tydol station
Knightstown, IN
This former Tydol station was built in the 1930s. Trump's Texaco Museum opened here in 1996 and featured Texaco memorabilia. These photos are from 2006. The museum was closed by 2008. The pumps and sign were gone by then. The Texaco items were still on display inside until around 2013. In 2014, the building began housing Knightstown Toys & Treasures. It is vacant now. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Texaco station
Logansport, IN

former station
Terre Haute, IN
This former Texaco station in Logansport later operated as a Sinclair station. It is now known as Mike's Auto Service. I don't think the pumps are still working. The tile roof was replaced with a metal one in 2009 before these photos were taken. According to the owner, Disney World took measurements of this station in order to build a replica. However, I have not found any evidence of that. For more, see this website. [map]

This former station in Terre Haute was built in 1931. It was originally downtown and was saved by a preservation-minded professor at Rose-Hulman University. It was moved, restored, and is now used at the university's athletic fields as a concession stand and bathrooms. [map]

former station
Hagerstown, IN
This former station was Johnson's Texaco Service at some point. I don't know what brand was sold here originally. There appeared to be a business there when these photos were taken in 2012. It may be used by Precision Auto Services which is located next door. [map]

former station
Anderson, IN
This former station has been vacant for many years. These photos are from 2010. In 2018, the building was still vacant. [map]

former station
Fort Wayne, IN
former station [gone]
Evansville, IN
This former station in Fort Wayne is located on the back of the lot of the former Happy Humpty Drive-in (later Humpty Dumpty Drive-in). I don't know if this building was used by the drive-in or if there was another building here that was demolished. The building has been vacant for many years. [map]

This former station in Evansville is quite similar to the one on the left. This was a common design in the 1920s and 1930s, used nationwide. I'm told that this one was originally an Indian Oil station and, later, a Texaco station. This building had been vacant for many years. These photos are from 2006. The building was demolished around 2012.

former station
Evansville, IN
This former station has been vacant for many years. Hexagonal and octagonal shaped stations like this one are very rare now. These photos are from 2010. The roof was missing in 2015. The roof was still missing in 2018 and there was no sign of restoring the building. [map]

former gas station
Auburn, IN
This former station was built around 1922. It served as a combination dealership and gas station. The owner believes it was originally a Sinclair and that they sold Oakland automobiles. Fords were sold here until around 1986. The building is now occupied by Classic City Body & Paint. [map]

former gas station
Vincennes, IN
This former station is classy and unusual looking with its round tower structure and fancy tilework. The building is now vacant. [map]

former Phillips 66 station
Richmond, IN
This former Phillips 66 station now houses Hoosier Battery. These photos are from 2010. By 2019, the building had been covered with siding. [map]

former station? [gone]
Indianapolis, IN
former station
South Bend, IN
This Indianapolis building looks like it might have been a former station. Does anyone know the history of this building? This photo is from 2009. By 2014, the building was gone.

This former station in South Bend has been vacant for many years. [map]

former Conoco station
Princeton, IN
This former Conoco station is now occupied by an Enterprise Rent-A-Car office. The station would have originally had a second canopy on the left side. The original green tile on the exterior has either been covered up or removed. However, the green and black tile inside the curved bay is still there. For more examples of these stations, see this page. [map]

More Indiana Gas Stations:
former station (Auburn) [map]
former station (Fort Wayne) [map]
former station (Fort Wayne) [gone]
former station (Franklin)
former Phillips 66 station (Huntingburg)
former Texaco station (Kentland) [map]
former Sinclair station (Madison)

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