A single gabled roof contains the station and the service pump area. The two front wooden posts are tapered toward the top and rest on high brick piers. The single-light double-hung windows are far out of scale with the building. Like a miniature, a small, sturdy chimney pops up from the center of the roof.
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Robey's Service Station
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