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  1. Caltrans State Highway Photolog
    View a quicktime video of a five mile section of California highway. Requires browser plugin.
  2. Giant Catsup Bottle
    170 foot tall catsup bottle water tower in Collinsville, Illinois
  3. Filling Station Restaurant
    Gas station decor restaurants in St. Charles, Illinois and Osage Beach, Missouri
  4. Giant Cow Roadside Advertising
    20 ft cow in front of a Janesville, Wisconsin cheese shop
  5. Marland Gas Station, Hominy, Oklahoma
    Originally built in 1921, the service station has been completely restored and is one of the few surviving examples of the popular triangle designs utilized by the Marland Oil Company.
  6. Odell Gas Station
    Cayouga Meramec Caverns barn turnout & historic Odell Standard gas station
  7. Old and Interesting Gas Stations
    Images of vintage gas stations primarily in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania. Part of a site with a wonderful resource of roadside architecture and oddities.
  8. Palm Springs Frey gas station and Tramway
    The soaring canopies of the Albert Frey Tramway gas station are a Palm Springs landmark. The structure greets motorists coming from the East like the welcoming wings of a giant, spacey bird. It's been restored recently as an art gallery - about as far from its greasy origins as you can get.
  9. Petrified Wood Gas Station
    Lamar's Petrified Wood building started out as a gas station, built by W.G. Brown in 1932 from Roadside America
  10. Phillips 66 Station, Bassett, Nebraska
    Rock County Oil The history of a family gas station and petroleum distribution business. The newly renovated Phillips 66 Station serves Bassett as a gathering place, information center, tourist attraction and the office of the Bassett Rock County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director
  11. Ronnies Indoor Drive-In
    On the site of a traditional drive in, this new indoor retro drive in movie restaurant is filled with booths made of classic 1950s cars.
  12. Stations Inn
    Stations Inn is a popular hotel on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Offering many activities such as fishing and canoeing, and also catering to groups such as motorcyle and hot rod clubs. This early motor lodge built in 1950's has been restored with photos and signs telling the history of Laurel Springs and the golden age of traveling the parkway. Look back in time for a moment at the Past Gas Esso gas station.
  13. Teapot Dome Gas Station
    Teapot Dome gas station continues to operate about 15 miles southeast of Yakima on Interstate 82. It is said to be one of the oldest functioning gas stations in the United States, and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
  14. Texas old gas stations
    Texas vintage gas stations, their images old and new
  15. The Benkin Pump Co. Nostalgia Store
    Visit our nostalgia store located in On I-75 in Tipp City Ohio that features original and reproduction gas pumps, signs, neon clocks, drive-in speakers, coke machines, soda fountain items, and more We have a display/museum area and a for sale area. Open 7 days a week. Free entry
  16. The UCM Museum
    This offbeat museum in Abita Springs, Louisiana, features memorabilia, tourist information and incredible miniature animated scenes of Southern life by Louisiana outsider artist, John Preble. Partly housed in a vintage service station.
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