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Economy Gas

F.L. Morrison’s Economy gas station is shown in an unknown location. It appears as though he sold Sinclair gasoline from his visible pumps along with Macmillan Ring-Free, Mobiloil and Pennzoil motor oils. All three of these oil companies are still in operation. The Old Motor photo.

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An Early Motoring Scene

Here is a wonderful trio of cars, in an exceptional early motoring image. The first car appears to be a 1905 Thomas 40 or 50 (they made both), the second car is a French fronted single cylinder Olds of the same vintage and the last car appears to be a 1905-06 Winton or Northern. Unfortunately…

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The Old Way….The New Way

This turns out to be a very interesting photo when you study the two buildings, along with the signage. This circa 1930 photo appears to show an old blacksmiths shop, onto which a more modern filling station has been added on. The location is unknown, but perhaps Charles Lawrence’s name will help someone identify this…

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Mc.Caully’s Garage

Mc.Caully’s Garage, which if you study the signs was a full service facility. They offered the following; General repairing, gasoline, Apex Twin Frame trucks, trim work, washing and polishing, day or night service, accessories and Goodyear tires including tube vulcanizing and carbon removing. From the looks of the vehicles we can see through the doorway,…

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