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#85714 - Wed Feb 25 2004 09:02 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
Flyingaman Offline
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Registered: Wed May 21 2003
Loc: Renton,WA. USA
Ohio, if you need more pictures let me know. Good luck on your station.

Craig
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#85715 - Thu Feb 26 2004 07:21 AM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
+Chris Holt Offline
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Registered: Tue Mar 12 2002
Loc: St. Clair MI USA
Flyingaman, Wow is that nice !!!
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#85716 - Thu Feb 26 2004 10:43 AM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
djhubba Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 24 2003
Loc: Seattle WA
Heres good ol' Frank Sargents Country store/Texaco station he has in his awesome backyard. Thanks for sharing Local Frank.



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#85717 - Thu Feb 26 2004 11:09 AM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
THE AMERICAN GARAGE Offline
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Registered: Wed Jun 02 2004
Loc: PECONIC BAY, L.I., NY, USA
GEEZ LOUISE FRANK THAT'S REALLY SOME NICE STUFF/SET-UP YOU HAVE THERE IN SUCH A NICE SETTING IN THE WOODS.....A PERSONAL UTOPIA IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD. I'M THINKING THAT GARAGE DOOR NEEDS A BIG TEXACO SIGN PAINTED ON IT....IF YOU WERE CLOSER I'D DO IT IN A HEARTBEAT!
LIKING EVERYONE'S "BYG's" ONLY SINCE I DON'T GOT ONE. . HOPE TO POST A SHOT OF AMERICAN GARAGE WEST AND EAST SOMEDAY SOON.
THANKS FOR SHARING EVERYONE!

DOC @ TAG
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#85718 - Thu Feb 26 2004 11:17 AM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
kmann Offline
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Registered: Tue Aug 26 2003
Loc: new york
frank... that is AWESOME... if i had that i would have to quit work.. sit out there and enjoy it.... beautiful !!!

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#85719 - Thu Feb 26 2004 12:43 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
Novaman Online   content
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Registered: Tue Jan 14 2003
Loc: Ellensburg, WA
Frank, Nice station and country store. I bet you spend a lot of time in your back yard!!!

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#85720 - Thu Feb 26 2004 12:58 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
+Chris Holt Offline
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Registered: Tue Mar 12 2002
Loc: St. Clair MI USA
Am I seeing one building with station on one end Store on the other ? or is it two buildings?
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#85721 - Thu Feb 26 2004 01:42 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
Gary Drye Offline
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Registered: Fri Oct 13 2000
Loc: Clarksville, Tn. USA
Great looking buildings. I especially love the Associated theme. Keep the pics coming and how about more interior shots. Another load of pumps left today and I have enough room to start my showroom expansion. Looking for ideas. Keep sending in those great buildings.

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#85722 - Thu Feb 26 2004 03:49 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
FrankSargent Offline
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Registered: Sat Oct 19 2002
Loc: Seattle,WA,USA
Chris..
It is one building with General Store on one side and Texaco Station on the other. Inside is where I keep most of my treasures. The General Store side faces the "Train Station" where I keep my vintage park model train.

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#85723 - Thu Feb 26 2004 07:49 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
Tom Stover Offline
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Registered: Sun Oct 07 2001
Loc: Left Coast
Local Frank, Hubba told me your station/store was awesome.... no kidding!! Can hardly wait to see it in person on the gas geeks tour!!!

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#85724 - Thu Feb 26 2004 09:37 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
FrankSargent Offline
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Registered: Sat Oct 19 2002
Loc: Seattle,WA,USA
Hey Tom... You are welcome anytime. Give me a call.. and don't forget to bring your kids/Grandkids etc. for a ride on the train.

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#85725 - Thu Feb 26 2004 11:39 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
Tom Stover Offline
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Registered: Sun Oct 07 2001
Loc: Left Coast
No kids (that I know of!!), but I'd like to go for a ride in the train. All aboard!!!!!

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#85726 - Fri Feb 27 2004 01:55 AM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
fast66 Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Oct 16 2000
Loc: Stockholm, Sweden
Hello, last weekend one of my boys and I were away on a hockey tournament. The hockey was great and even greater was that I got to visit a guy called Jorma who is a collector of gas and oil. He has built a complete Gulf station both out- and indoors in an old concrete factory, and he has also restored an old Esso station building from the 40's. I' start by showing the little Esso building, and will come in later with the Gulf station.
Enjoy!
Claes - Sweden

...and here are some pictures of the GULF part...





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#85727 - Sun Feb 29 2004 07:14 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
GAS ALLEY Offline
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Registered: Thu Feb 26 2004
Loc: KINGSVILLE,MO USA
MY INSIDE STATION OF MY SHOP. MY SHOP IS 78' LONG AND IT COVERS THE WHOLE WALL.
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#85728 - Sun Feb 29 2004 07:18 PM Re: Back yard Gas Stations
GAS ALLEY Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Thu Feb 26 2004
Loc: KINGSVILLE,MO USA
TRYING AGAIN




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[This message has been edited by GAS ALLEY (edited 03-02-2004).]
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