Ukiah, California: World's Largest Redwood Tree Service Station
Constructed from three redwood tree trunks moved to Ukiah from a grove in 1936. Gas no longer served, but the old pumps are still in place.
- 815 N. State St., Ukiah, CA
- North side of Ukiah, State St. south of Low Gap Rd.
- No gas sold.
World's Largest Redwood Tree Service Station
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The World's Largest Redwood Tree Service Station is built entirely out of three large redwood tree trunks! Although no longer in service, it is right on the main drag, N. State Street. The office is one trunk, and each of the two restrooms are also large trunks. Inside of the main trunk are a few odds of ends of old gas station, and the original gas pumps are still out front.
During the day, the doors are open so you can walk inside.
[Talley Ho, 04/13/2011]
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