New Jersey Canopy Gas Stations

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former station [gone]
Trenton, NJ
This former station was built in the early 1930s or possibly earlier. It featured a tile roof, all steel construction, and a pressed tin ceiling under the canopy. The building was vacant for many years before being demolished soon after these photos were taken in 2009.

former station
Beverly, NJ
This former station is now home to Ben's Auto Repairs. It appears to be from the 1920s or 1930s. [map]

former station [gone]
Lakewood Township, NJ
This former station last housed Unique Auto Services. These photos are from 2012. It was demolished around 2017.

former station
Matawan, NJ
This former station is probably from the 1920s or 1930s. In recent years, the building might have been used as a residence or an office. The bay building on the same lot was used by Martin & Brown Fuel. These photos are from 2012. Both buildings have been vacant for many years now. [map]

Guy's Washington Filling Station
Washington, NJ
Guy's Washington Filling Station was originally Eckel's Washington Filling Station. I believe it was built in the 1920s and it is still pumping gas. [map]

Gene's Automotive
Great Meadows, NJ
Gene's Automotive was originally a gas station with living quarters located above. It had been Gene's since at least 2003. The building is no longer operating as a gas station or service shop. [map]

former station
Buttzville, NJ
This former station was probably built in the 1920s or 1930s. It was used as a post office from at least the 1950s until 2009. These photos are from 2011. The building now appears to be used as a residence. [map]

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