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I lived across from here about 1972. Today the gas pumps are gone, the railroad tracks are gone and a lot of the people are also gone.

Gas station in Boynton, I think. I went to Grades 1-4 in the school behind this building. Swing set partially visible. Kids would walk down to the gas station after school for ice cream. My very first Popsicle came from there.

Atlantic gas station in Boynton, PA. My Uncle Ray (Barney) Holler and Grandpa Sidney (Poss) Holler ran it for many years. On the right side of this picture is the WWII honor roll. There are 93 names of men from Boynton and Coal Run who were in the service. Three of these men died while serving. The Salisbury branch of the B&O Railroad and the old (Dinkey)Line to Piney Run are also in this picture.

Just remembered, once when I was in high school I was riding with a friend in her father's car and we stopped there for gas. Her father had told her she could take the car but she had to put 50 cents worth of gas in it.

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