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Service Station (now Jimbo's Bait and Tackle)
The body of this former gasoline service station is reminiscent of a somewhat flattened milk carton with eight sides. The canopy covering the pump area is supported by two truncated piers. Its prime eye-catching feature is the small windmill projecting from the upper neck of the “milk carton.”
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