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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #633623
Sun Oct 18 2015 06:55 PM
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Nice find and Looking good.Can't wait to see it finished


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #633723
Mon Oct 19 2015 03:22 PM
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Sorry missed the question about the floor--It will be a wood floor

Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #635109
Sat Oct 31 2015 01:28 PM
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This week progress--picked up door and most of the thatch roof is complete --waiting for rough cut lumber from sawmill--designing the floor but dont want to display picture yet--had to put the "hat" on just to see-- this project is so much fun--should be a good week the weather is going to be a little warm

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EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION #642553
Sun Jan 03 2016 01:49 PM
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We have been able to work on it some this winter--WOW it was 70 on Christmas--working on the roofing (inside)--Just picked up the flooring from the saw mill--did some of the windows--fixing the soffit

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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642560
Sun Jan 03 2016 02:47 PM
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I want one like it!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642576
Sun Jan 03 2016 04:02 PM
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Nice work there.Will be super when finished.


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642590
Sun Jan 03 2016 05:33 PM
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Looking good!


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: pickurt] #642605
Sun Jan 03 2016 06:43 PM
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The door looks great. It is coming along nicely.

Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642692
Mon Jan 04 2016 01:34 PM
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Love the pic with the car. Is that a Chrysler? It's really coming alone nicely.


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642694
Mon Jan 04 2016 01:51 PM
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Very cool! Wow, walls are thin. No room for insulation.


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: Steven C.] #642697
Mon Jan 04 2016 02:11 PM
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Looks good. Dave


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642698
Mon Jan 04 2016 02:39 PM
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Gracey, Kentucky
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Looks great!


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642712
Mon Jan 04 2016 06:20 PM
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So how would the attendant kept warm? Or would this have been outside of the owners house, and he would go out in winter when a customer pulled up?

Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642722
Mon Jan 04 2016 07:22 PM
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I have a porcelain roof,Sunoco station very similar to that one. I would sell it if anyone is interested. Thanks


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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION [Re: bam-it] #642753
Tue Jan 05 2016 07:26 AM
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Spokane, Washington
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Great question Nicole. I have been wondering that myself as I try to write my gas station story. What were common heat sources in teens twenties and thirties.

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