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Clyde Motorland Ford
870 N Woodland Ave/CR 246 north of W McPherson Hwy/W US 20
Currently a Shell gasstation. The Busy Bee convenience store pictured is still in business under the same name! The first place I drove to after I got my driver's license.
The house where I grew up and my father George Joseph's Ashland gasstation and garage (established in 1923) in Paradise, WV. Pumps and underground tanks are now long gone and the garage has been torn down.
of the two stores/gasstations in the village.To its right was a meadow with a pond that
Pap and my dad, Ben Bowers dug for us kids. The farm was sold to Dr
to 153 was closed and now grown over leaving 153 accessible only at the intersection(which is off to the left side out of frame) There is a huge gasstation/convenience store there now and nothing of any original structures.
Cuts & Curls Plus, J & C Grocery and D & F Farm Supply and a 76 gasstation. Corner of Mitchell Mill Rd and Louisbury Rd. today a Sunoco station with Cuts & Curls Plus and Mitchell Mill Garden and Grocery.
So much has changed. The buildings is the center (Lexington Motor Sales and the gasstation) have been gone a while. CVS and Arbys
Southwest side of Collins on old Hwy 13. Far middle-right side is what at one time was the Lake Gate Restaurant with the gasstation next to it. On the far left is the Hwy Dept bldgs.
Southwest side of Collins on old Hwy 13. Far middle-right side is what at one time was the Lake Gate Restaurant with the gasstation next to it.
This was Bob and Florence McGinnis’s home which prior to the interstate coming through was a restaurant, motel and gasstation. I-44 made access to their business difficult and forced them to close.
This is the gas/service station that was at the corner of Rt 21 and Plainfield Road - was torn down in 1985 or so and now has a newer residence
there. We used to get gas and repairs - was a real mess. One interesting element of this photo is that the road is blocked leading down to Interstate 77
Quaker State service station.
there each summer for a number of years in the '60s (while our parents went to Cape Cod, we found out later!). They also owned a gasstation/garage/store on 161, and we "helped" Grammy at the store. We loved it all.
of Preston. Today there is Dairy Queen in its place. This was one of only about three or four places in town to purchase gas. The station was owned
by the Byrd family. Mr. Byrd has a full-service station and would always give the kids in the car a piece of bubble gum.
The house on the left no longer has a swimming pool, and the house on the right has been replaced by a gasstation. The main road was split and now runs both in front and behind these houses.
West side of Rt 23 south of Hyatts Rd, south of Delaware. The restaurant on the right was the Halfway House. It and the gasstation were torn down
Pilot Station at corner of New Veechdale Road and I-64. It has expanded and restaurants and other businesses built to left side, and road widened
due to Outlet Mall and other restaurants across the Interstate. Gas was $.99 for regular and $1.03 for diesel in this pic and is now somewhere above $2.00
Intersection of Herrin Road and Mayor Caliper Road in Colp IL. Deptula’s gasstation (sp). She saved my mom and her friends got expired veggies and they threw them at traffic.
point in time there was a post office and gasstation located here. In front of the barn, you can just make out the cement pad that the gas pump sat
on located between the driveways, in the shadows of the trees. My dad still has the glass globe for the gas pump that we found in the hay mow of the barn.
Aragon Shell GasStation - the station was ran by L.B. Gray in the late 1960's to 1980's. It was ran by my dad James F. "Shorty" Morris from late 1950's till he sold it to L.B. Gray.
but are no longer used as motel rooms. The gasstation on the corner is no longer there, either.
Hillsboro, RT 219. The store/gasstation is still there. Was owned by the Kinnison's/Frum's when this photo was taken. The house w/the pool
station/garage. At this time it was occupied by Jacob Hillary, who was a game warden. He had a pet mountain lion that rode with him in his truck until it got too big. My Grandparents' home is in the top of the photo.
. The business in the center is a gasstation once owner by the Penatzers. The Conemaugh river river runs along route 53 just off the lower left corner
This is the 2 gasstations that were at the corners of 421 and 221 in Deep Gap. Both were torn down when 421 was widened to 4 lanes.
Old post office and gasstation the corner of OH-715 and OH-206. There are a few more photos of it through the years on Vintage Aerial.
and Grandmother whose address was 27407 North Williams Park Rd. As a young boy in the 50's & early 60's I would walk down to the Gulf gasstation