Kansas Canopy Gas Stations (page 2)

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former station
Smith Center, KS
This former station is probably from the 1920s. It featured a Standard Oil sign but I don't know if that was the original brand sold here. The sign would have originally had a glass flame projecting from the torch. That sign is gone now. [map]

former station
McPherson, KS
My guess is that this was a former station and garage. Does anyone know the history of this building? This photo is from 2010. Sometime after 2015, the building was remodeled. The setback facade was removed and brought forward into a flat front. [map]

former station
Glen Elder, KS
This former station, aka the "Castle Service Station", was built for E.W. Norris in 1926. Norris was inspired by a castle that he saw in Germany while serving in World War I. The station is built from post rock limestone. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the 1970s, this building housed a Kerr-McGee station. These photos are from 2010. Since 2012, the building has housed the Glen Elder Castle Lodge, a bed and breakfast. [map]

former station
Palco, KS
This former station has replica Skelly pumps. I don't know if Skelly was sold here originally or ever at all. [map]

former White Eagle gas station
Osage City, KS
This former White Eagle station was built in 1928. Around 1943, it came to be known as Gilday's Station. Ed Gilday used the property to park and fuel his trucks. The building sat abandoned for many years until 1998 when the Osage City Historical Preservation Society restored it. The gas pump and eagle statue appears to be replicas. I believe the eagle statues were cast iron and this one appears to be concrete. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Ellis, KS
This former station was built as a Sinclair station. [photo thanks Steve Leek] [map]

More Kansas Canopy Gas Stations:
former station (Bunker Hill) [map]
former station (Burr Oak)
former station (Cawker City)
former Conoco station (Cawker City)
former station (Clay Center)
former Conoco station (Emporia)
former station (Fort Scott) [gone]
former station (Fredonia)
former Conoco station (Kansas City) [map]
former station (Kensington)
former station (Leavenworth)
former station (Lebo)
former Sinclair station (Mankato) [gone]
former station (Marion)
former station (Marysville) [map]
former station (Muscotah)
former station (Norton) [map]
former Skelly station (Oakley) [map]
former station (Salina) [map]
former station (Tampa) [map]
former station (Wakeeney)
former station (Wetmore)

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