One of the “musts” for devotees of roadside architecture, this station consists of a large horizontal steel drum placed on low concrete walls. A second large drum placed on edge projects above the building as a tower to announce the presence of the station. In front, the service bay has a flat roof surmounted in the center by a hooped roof composed of a third metal drum.
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Bill's Service Station
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