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  • Conoco Station - Friendship
    Submerged Ghost Town in Williamson County
    Three Filling Stations:
    Although all three buildings provided the same basic needs of the motorist, separately, they could be prime examples of “Modest,” “Utilitarian” and station “Grandiose” gas stations.

  • Photo Courtesy Mel Brown

  • Photo Courtesy Mike Price

  • Photo CourtesyTerry Jeanson

  • "Having old gas station photos never pumped a pint, let alone a gallon of gasoline, this station-that-never-was has become our symbol for a particular period in Texas history."
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