I posted a picture of an old gas station in Missouri that I'd been smitten with the other day. My dear friend Gisele asked me where it was. I had a whole plan for listing what towns I drove through on that trip, but that only lasted about half a day. I knew roughly where it was though and so I managed to track it down. Cole Camp, Missouri. Here are some more pictures for you, Gisele! I didn't post them to Instagram as too much was missing when I cropped them!
"This is especially true of the ca. 1929 Frederich Oil Station, at the south end of Maple Street, which is styled to match a large porch which was added to the adjacent residential property at the same time the station was built. Both filling stations utilize limited Craftsman styling, with ornamental exposed rafters, and, on the Frederich Station, tapered porch posts on raised piers."
That's from a National Register application for a historic district—lots more in there!