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06-16-2006 10:46 PM
Skip
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Originally Posted by Maverick
Where I live would be just what you are looking for.......everything is old and run down....limitless oppertuinitys for photos with run down and abandon stuff.
And iffen you gave us the town and state name we would probably get there. Skip...old an rundown hisself....
06-16-2006 09:14 PM
Maverick Where I live would be just what you are looking for.......everything is old and run down....limitless oppertuinitys for photos with run down and abandon stuff.
06-16-2006 08:53 PM
SKYDVL
useful links?

I've stopped at this "artful" Gulf station in Bedford, PA (north of Cumberland).

Check this out: http://www.ohiobarns.com/othersites/...38-05gulf.html

Google is a wonderful tool my search was "old Gulf gas station Pennsylvania"

Happy trails,
SkyDvl
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05-30-2006 05:06 PM
1994SC2 You could try down old Route 15 past Leesburg or maybe in a town with a historical district like Middleburg or Culpeper.

There is also these two in West Virginia: Link 1 and Link 2
05-30-2006 04:30 PM
Stu's Sky My guess would be the Eastern Shore or areas of West Virginia
05-30-2006 03:42 PM
mynewsolstice
Question for MD/VA Residents

I am looking for a Classic Service station with the old style gas pumps in the area for a picture for work....Anyone know where one is....even if it is old and run down that is fine. Here are some samples of what I am looking for.








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