South Carolina Canopy Gas Stations

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former station
Ehrhardt, SC
This former station was a Phillips 66 station at one time based on the shape of the sign frame on the pole near the road. However, I believe this was a Standard Oil station originally. [map]

former station
Landrum, SC
This former station appeared vacant when this photo was taken in 2009. My guess is that this was a Gulf station originally. [map]

former George Judson Holliday station
Galivants Ferry, SC
The former George Judson Holliday station was built in 1912. It stands right next to the Pee Dee Farms produce market which has been here since 1869. The station interior contains a recreated general store. I don't know if the Esso pumps and sign were here when the station was operating or if they were brought in later. There is a modern Sunoco station on the front part of the property now. [map]

More South Carolina Canopy Gas Stations:
former station (Cottageville)
former station (Fairfax)
former Esso station (Landrum) [map]
former Sinclair station (Olar) [map]
former station (Prosperity)
former Sinclair station (Ridgeland) [map]
former station (Saluda)

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