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South Dakota Canopy Gas Stations

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former station
Clark, SD
2008: 2022:
This former station has been refurbished. It now houses the office for Game Fish & Parks Conservation. [map]

former station
Webster, SD
former station
Madison, SD
This former station in Webster appears to be used for storage now. [map]

This former station in Madison is located at Prairie Village. It was originally located in Iroquois, SD. For more, see this website.

former station
Colton, SD
This former station is dressed up as a Texaco. I do not know if it ever sold that brand. [map]

former Mikuska Oil Co. station
Tripp, SD
This former Mikuska Oil Co. station was built around 1920. In 2022, a truck hit the building and the canopy was laying on the ground. It's not known if it can be repaired. For more, see this website. [map]

former station
Lemmon, SD
This former station is located in front of the Petrified Wood Park and Museum. From 1930-1932, this tourist attraction was built by Ole S. Quammen and his workers. The petrified wood was gathered from the area. The park was donated to the city in 1954. I believe this gas station was there before Quammen started building. It was also faced with the petrified wood and housed the Dakota Independent Oil Co. Later, the gas station housed the Chamber of Commerce. It is now used for the park's gift shop. For more, see this website. [map]

former station [gone]
Deadwood, SD
This former station appeared to be undergoing restoration when this photo was taken in 2012. However, it was gone by 2015.

former station
Deadwood, SD
This former station houses the Tin Lizzie Restaurant & Casino. [map]

former station
Deadwood, SD
This former station housed Adrenaline Junkies in 2012. The building was vacant in 2018. [map]

Pat's Sinclair station [gone]
Lead, SD
Pat's Sinclair station was a repair garage and tire store. It later housed another tire store and the Sinclair signs were removed. By 2021, the building had been demolished.

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