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Former Gas Station & Garage

7 A St NW, Miami, OK

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This attractive gabled building was built in 1922. The gable roof has asphalt shingles. The building is included in the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Miami Downtown Historic District. Stuccoed columns support the canopy.

As well as the two service bays facing the front of the station there is a third bay in a flat roofed section on the back of the building. None of the garage doors are original in style.

xThe sidelites by the main pedestrian entry have been filled in but the transome windows above the door and front display window are still in place. The transome window over the east side display window has been filled in. There is a single double hung window between the entry door and the large corner window. There is a filled in door and window on the east that probably served a restroom originally.

Photo(s): 2016



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