Gulf Gas Station
Bedford, Pennsylvania Photo and info courtesy Moon Mullins OX-76
This Art Deco gas station is featured from time to time on PBS television.
The Gulf Station is the original cookie, unrestored from the 1930's.
Classic "flying wedge" litestand (between gas pumps) manufactured
by two companies, Flair and Willoughby, in the 50's & 60's. This is
a "must-see" if you're ever in the Bedford, PA area.
Route 1 Gas Station Photo courtesy Moon Mullins OX-76
A "standard Route 1 drive-thru gas station." This gas
station is still in great condition with barrel-tile roof, and a pressed
tin ceiling under pull-thru. The pumps are now gone but poles and standards
are still standing guard, less signage. Next door is an old car repair
garage probably dating back to the 1930's or 40's.
Ocean City, NJ Photo courtesy Paul Bauke
Here's an old Gulf Gas Station, located in Ocean City,
Butler, NJ Photo courtesy Paul Bauke
Check out this old gas station treasure in Butler, NJ. This Gulf
Gas still features the famous moniker and old petrol pump facade.
Cambridge, MA Photo courtesy Jake Warner
On Memorial Drive in Cambridge, MA is this Shell Gas Station. The Shell Gas is located just a block or two west of
the BU bridge. The huge sign on top of the canopy doesn't light up anymore, but the Shell station still
is in service. 10-06
UPDATE 07/07 : Below are updated photos of the Shell gas station in Cambridge. Photos courtesy Paul Bauke. 07-07
Shell Gas marquee close-up Photo courtesy Paul Bauke
Shell Gas Photo courtesy Paul Bauke
Gulf Gas (Removed)
Sturbridge, MA Photo courtesy Rick Ibsen
The Gulf sign was at a station on Route 20 near Sturbridge, MA but the station is now closed and the sign gone. Hopefully, it went to a good home and wasn't destroyed. 04-07