It has been a while since we have featured any vintage filling station images, and for today a pair of 1920s photographs have been chosen. The lead photo is of Munro’s Corner Store, which sold groceries, animal feed and Gilmore Gasoline from four visible style pumps and one modern electric unit. The car at the right-hand pump is a mid-1920s Jewett touring car.
The second image below is a view of a tire company with a pair of electric pumps dispensing Marland gasoline. Of interest is the unique three-level pedestal with racks that conveniently hold different grades of motor oil. Parked behind the pumps at this facility is a mid-1920s Buick sedan.
Tell us what you find of interest in this pair filling station photographs both of which are in unknown locations. You can view more than 225-vintage gasoline station photos posted here earlier on The Old Motor. Today’s are via Ameristation.