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  1. American Sign Museum
    Founded to inform and educate the general public as well as business and special interest groups of the history of the sign industry and its significant contribution to commerce and the American landscape.
  2. Bolt Antique Tool Museum, gas station tools
    Buffalo Gas Pump restored to 1927 85 assorted Oil Cans, Gas Cans, Funnels, Grease Guns, etc. 20 Items of Tune-up Equipment including Battery Chargers - Battery Testers - Compression Testers Snap-on Model MT 615A Anal-O-Scope late 1950s vintage. Museum located on the outskirts of Oroville, CA
  3. California Oil Museum, Santa Paula
    A historical landmark displaying the history and development of the California Oil Industry with rotating and permanent exhibits
  4. Classical Gas Museum
    The Classical Gas Museum, near Embudo, N.M., has lots of old gas pumps, signs, oil cans, and other petroliana.
  5. Drake Well Museum
    History of the discovery of oil The worlds first oil well Titusville, Pennsylvania, oil well, history, petroleum, museum, boomtown, lamp fuel
  6. Drake Well Museum
    History of the discovery of oil. The worlds first oil well Titusville, Pennsylvania
  7. Healdton, Oklahoma Oil Museum
    Through artifacts and photographs the Healdton Oil Museum tells the story of oil development in Carter County. In addition, the museum provides a glimpse into the early days of the oil boomtowns.
  8. Hess Toy Truck Gallery
    An online display of Hess toy trucks from the 1960s to the present
  9. Houston Museum of Natural Science
    The Wiess Energy Hall outlines the entire process of energy development, from the formation of oil and natural gas to how the various types of energy are used.
  10. Lost Highway Museum
    Roadside business artifacts, porcelain and lots of neon signs. Located in Pomeroy, Washington in a former Oldsmobile dealer building. Extensive collection.
  11. Museo Nacional del Petróleo
    National Petroleum Museum of Argentina, featuring a very large collection of machinery and pumps, along with educational exhibits.
  12. Norwegian Petroleum Museum
    Exhibitions provide a fascinating insight into the geological, political, economic and technical factors that affect the oil industry of the North sea. Stavanger, Norway
  13. Oil Museum of Canada, Oil Springs, Ontario
    The Museum is located where James Miller Williams dug the first commercial oil well in 1858. Outside exhibits include spring-pole and Canadian drilling rigs, three-pole derricks, a nineteenth-century oil wagon, and original buildings from boom times. The modern, main building comprises numerous galleries which contain a wealth of petroleum industry artifacts, geological displays and mementoes of the foreign drillers. One unique artifact is a roller drill-bit donated to the museum by recluse billionaire Howard Hughes
  14. Oil and Gas Museum
    Parkersburg, West Virginia George Washington acquired 250 acres in what is now West Virginia because it contained an oil and gas spring. This was in 1771, making the father of our country the first petroleum industry speculator.
  15. Oil and Gas Museums and Places to Visit
    A travelers guide to old restored gas stations and museums of petroleum memorabilia
  16. Permian Basin Petroleum Museum
    Midland,Texas Exhibits from the formation of oil, its exploration, geology, pipelining, marketing and refining to the economic and political impact of the industry
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