Location #9

The old Shell station at the north end of town. According to Pascal Pryor, who lives there now, it was next door to the old Evergreen Camp and cafe, was built around 1940, and was owned at different times by A.C. Mann and Joe Hazen.

View looking south at this classic old Shell sign.

View looking north of the other side of the old signage.

The old single bay garage and gas station.

Interior shot of the garage.

It's a little hard to see now, but this is where the pumps were. There were two sets according to Pascal Pryor.

The old drinking fountain on the side of the garage. Now a self-watering planter.


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