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Official Emissions Testing Station (Hanna's Super Shell Station)
Representing the commerical use of Pueblo Revival style, this diminutive structure with a single service bay and an office has a parapet with round vigas extending from concrete stuccoed walls. The gas pumps are gone and the building, most appropriately, has been rehabilitated for exhaust emissions inspections.
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