McLean, Texas: Restored 1929 Route 66 Gas Station

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Address:
Gray St., McLean, TX
Directions:
Downtown, on the southeast corner of Gray and 1st Sts, two blocks west of Main St.
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Restored 1929 Route 66 Gas Station

A tiny Phillips 66 station, built to service and fuel cars and opened in 1929. You can't get gas there any more, but it's nicely restored and a popular photo stop along Route 66.

Roadsideamerica.com Report... [01/17/2011]

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Restored 1929 Route 66 Gas Station.

Restored 1929 Route 66 Gas Station

1929 Route 66 Gas Station - Easy on and off the highway! [Montie, 06/07/2018]

Gas station restored.

Restored 1929 Route 66 Gas Station

Nice restoration. The rest of the downtown is falling apart, but makes for some cool photos.

[Colynn, 01/17/2011]

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