Today’s feature image dated September of 1945 contains an unidentified intersection in Atlanta, Georgia. For old car enthusiasts who enjoy viewing old photos this picture has it all, a busy street scene, a filling station, and a parking lot.
The Standard Oil gasoline station on the right-hand corner has a parking lot costing 75-cents a day. The small building next to it sold frozen custard, and further up the street is a front end alignment shop. Traffic control at the intersection is handled by lights. The oldest cars and a trucks in the scene are two Model “A” Fords and an “AA” truck, the rest of the vehicles appear to be pre-war unless a reader can spot a new post-war machine in the mix.
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