It’s been a while since I’ve bored you with a photo of an old gas station but on my jaunts between Florida and Connecticut this fall I discovered one worth pointing out.
It’s on a corner in Wilmington NC. The nice classic form is still intact. I am hoping it’s been stripped down in preparation for a good renovation and not for the wrecking ball.
I’ve never seen one in quite this stage of deconstruction (reconstruction?) before. “Its bones were picked clean” is the cliché that springs to mind.
A few more recent finds are below. There’s the Auto Title Loans office in Georgetown SC, the Barrier Islands Salt Company in Cheriton VA, the Carolina Cider Company in Yemassee SC, Custom Upholstery in Chocowinnity NC, and the Upper Room Cafe in Beaufort SC.
To see my entire collection go here.