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Niangua Junction Service Station

5165 State Highway CC, Niangua, MO

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The original service station here was housed in the one story portion of this complex. The windows shown wrapping around the front of that section have enclosed the original drive through pump bay. It looks like the pump island itself is now the foundation for the front wall.

In 1938 Clyde Hagan was the operator of a Shell station here. Offering 24 hour service the station also sold gas, oil, Marathon tires. Over the years and under various operators this was a Shell, Tydol and Skelly station.

x At some point, maybe in the late 1950s the large two story structure was added as a service bay. It looks like that has been converted to other uses now.

Photo(s): 2016



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