Casselton, North Dakota: Largest Stack of Empty Oil Cans - GoneThe cast-offs of a long-defunct gas station, artfully piled. 45 feet high. Gone in 2012, the pile was taken apart in an astounding display of tourism short-sightedness.
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From the "I thought it was going to be a disappointment" category: the Largest Stack of Empty Oil Cans in Casselton, ND was not. I pulled into town and asked about it. I thought I was going to get a bunch of weird looks, but they knew what I was taking about and where it was. Loegering Manufacturing is the proud (if reluctant) owner of the stack. Was built in 1933, where a Sinclair gas station once occupied the land. It measures approximately 45 feet high and a width 18 feet. It was built around an old windmill and has a slight lean to it, "that gets bigger every day" according to the receptionist at the plant.[Preston Tyrrell, 08/25/1998]
Largest Stack of Empty Oil Cans - Gone
- Was just north and west of Casselton, I-94, Casselton Exit, 331, behind the Governor's Inn.
- May 2012: Confirmed gone.