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Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by hatguy1, Nov 26, 2013.
⇧ Can't not mention that awesome truck.
Here is what is left of one in Alameda, Ca.
ok, how does one rotate a picture?
The old Garden of Eden Quarry Station, Pickel's Station (sandstone quarry owners) established 1928, McBride's Station. Restored by Jimmy and Anita Hunt.
The old pickup in the front there makes it seem so much better.
Ironton, Missouri (1948):
Not sure the year on this one -- maybe a bit earlier (a couple of pumps since removed).
While it isn't the same town, so many streets in the town I grew up in looked like this. My grandmother lived in an apartment that was in a building just like A.J. Murphy Roofing.
⇧ Pic one looks like (a bit fuzzy) our young attendant is wearing @LizzieMaine approved saddles as she pumps gas.
Or possibly Deathless Spectators. Either way, she's got the right attitude for the job. (My great-aunt wore dirty denim overalls when she pumped gas to go along with a bilious personality.)
Jeans, T-shirt and Chuck Taylors was my "uniform" when I pumped gas.
And I think you nailed it with the "deathless" spectators.
Still pretty much my daily casual wear.
Jayne sold everything.
Or one thing and everything else was derivative of that.
Same here. Probably what I'll be buried in if I'm not cremated.