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Harry's Super Station

Old Hwy. 66, Central City, MO

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This 1940 building was originally Harry's Super Station selling Phillips 66 gasoline. The storefront has been rearranged and filled in with cement blocks. There was a service bay on the west end (left in this photo). The garage door on the right here seems to be part of a remodeling that filled in a store-front door and window. In 2013 there was still an old painted over sign above the window in the front. In this photo there are only two pump islands with a smaller island in between, the small island was probably for a bulk oil dispenser. Originally there were three pump island and six gas pumps.

Photo(s): 2013



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