October 2021 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Fillin’ Stations
The pics are old school but enjoying them is self-serve—you’re just a click away

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    Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
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    Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
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    Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
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    Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
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    Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
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    Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
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    Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
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    Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
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    Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
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    Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
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    Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
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    Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
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    Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
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    Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
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    Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”

Some are tourist attractions. Others are a bit more off the beaten path. Fillin’ stations can transport us to another time and serve as a place to fill up our vehicles and our bellies. Load up the station wagon and drive down for some full-service fun and adventure.

  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”
  • Billy Lauderdale, Pedernales EC: Vintage Gulf full-service fillin’ station in Waco, at North 15th Street and Washington Avenue.
  • Theresa Laguna, Pedernales EC: “Old-time gas station in Schulenburg.”
  • Janice Reaves, Jackson EC: “Thomas Reaves waiting to serve the next customer at an Humble station in Livingston, circa 1930s.”
  • Kimberly Furnish, Karnes EC: “An old pump in historic downtown Llano.”
  • Web Extra: Mary Harman, Hamilton County EC: “Ruth community, now part of North Fort Hood. Only place to fill up between Gatesville and Killeen.”
  • Web Extra: Gary Carpenter, Fayette EC: “Old Gulf station near Wimberley.”
  • Web Extra: Richard Everhart, Pedernales EC: “Filling station on Mercer Street in Dripping Springs.”
  • Web Extra: Jennifer Tuggle, PenTex Energy: “This is one of the neatest things to see in Decatur.”
  • Web Extra: Jonna Clark, Pedernales EC: “You always gotta stop and fill up at historic stations when cruising Route 66, as our group of three vintage Corvettes did at the old Magnolia fillin’ station in Shamrock.”
  • Web Extra: Martha Dye, Pedernales EC: “Once a much-needed stop on a farm-to-market road in Lampasas County.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Singleton, HILCO EC: “Old station in Salado caught at just the right time.”
  • Web Extra: David Briggs, Tri-County EC: “Triangle service station in Snyder.”
  • Web Extra: Bryan Jones, Farmers EC: “Old gas station sign off historic Route 66 in Conway.”
  • Web Extra: Glenn Timmons, South Plains EC: “This is the old fillin’ station at Matador. My wife is a quilter, so we were taking pictures of her quilts at various stops during our trip.”
  • Web Extra: Jim Blake, Coleman County EC: “Old gas station in Telegraph.”

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