This tiny service station with a gable roof is sited at an oblique angle to the street. Pilasters of a sort define its corners, and a round medallion is centered within the gable. The do-it-yourself design is classical, dignified, and domestic in scale. The present sign, pumps, and lighting are somewhat new and bring the whole ensemble up to date. (A near twin to the station is a now deserted one located just west of Letts, Iowa, on route G40.)
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DX Service Station
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