It is fitting in this historic oil region to find a representative outlet for the product. At this busy corner sits an English cottage version of the gas station, a popular type at the time and designed to blend with its residential neighborhood. There is nothing prefabricated about this brick station. The attention to detail includes slate shingles on its steeply pitched roof, multipaned picture windows, and half timbering in the gable end facing the street. It may have served as a station for the Pennzoil–Pacific Pride Company.
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Pacific Pride Gas Station
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