The low-pitched bright-red tile roof and the white glazed terracotta block walls project a loosely Mediterranean image in this building. There are low angled buttresses at each corner, and the white glazed blocks are laid in a random fashion. A single service-bay exists to the side of the office, the windows are steel framed, and the building is topped by a chimney of domestic scale.
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Conoco Service Station
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