Prefabricated Gas Station Registry

This page is dedicated to locating and identifying other prefabricated gas stations. Below are pictures of these stations. I will post photos and short histories of each. If you own or know of other prefabricated gas stations please email me at ben@enarco.com. All photos are taken by author unless otherwise identified.

Union Metal station in Kansas. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Union Metal station in Kansas. Owner Ben Eckart.

This is Butler station in Kansas. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Butler station in Kansas. Owner Ben Eckart

Butler station in Browning, Missouri. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Butler station in Browning, Missouri.

Columbian station in Browning, Missouri. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Columbian station in Browning, Missouri.

Butler station is in Memphis, Missouri. Click on photos to enlarge



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This is a Butler station in Memphis, Missouri. Left image is just before last move and image on the right is from the original location in Greentop, Missouri circa 1930's

Pacific Steel station in the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Pacific Steel station in the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa.

Octagon station made by Union Metal. Click on photos to enlarge



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This is a Union Metal station in Delaware, Ohio. Owner unknown. May have been sold in 2012.

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This is the service bay also manufactured by Union Metal Manufacturing at the Union Metal station in Delaware, Ohio.

Station in Kentucky made by Union Metal. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Union Metal station in Kentucky, used as a used car lot office.

This is a Butler station in Gordon, Wisconsin. Click on photo to enlarge



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Old Butler station being restored in Gordon, Wisconsin.

Station in Ohio. Manufacturer unknown. Click on photo to enlarge



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Old Sunoco station preserved at Carillon Park in Dayton, Ohio.

Station in Kansas. Manufacturer Butler. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Butler station in Holyrood, Kansas. The service bay has been moved to an alley in a residential part of Holyrood.

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Same station in Holyrood, Kansas from a photo taken in 1952. Ehler Service Station.
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Station in Illinois. Manufactured by Butler. Owner Bill Shea. Click on photo to enlarge



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Shea's Gas Station Route 66 Museum in Springfield, Illinois. Circa 1920's. Click here for more info.

Station in Illinois. Manufactured by Butler. Owner Bill Shea. Click on photo to enlarge



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Blue building in background. Shea's Gas Station Route 66 Museum in Springfield, Illinois. Circa 1930's. Click here for more info.

Station in Illinois. Manufacturer unknown. Click on photo to enlarge



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Octagon-Shaped Gas Station. Pontiac, Illinois . Circa 1920-30's. Click here for more info. Photo courtesy ohiobarns.com

Station in New Jersey. Manufactured by Arthur B. Shepard Corp, New York City and Newark, NJ - 1919 - 1930.



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This is a Arthur B. Shepard station in New Jersey.

Station in Kansas. Manufactured by Butler. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Butler station in Dearing, Kansas.

Station in Kansas. Manufactured by Butler. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Butler station in Adrian, Missouri.

Station in Texas. Manufactured by Union Metal. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Union Metal station in Breckenridge, Texas.

Station in Texas. Manufactured by Union Metal. Click on photo to enlarge



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This is a Union Metal station in Cisco, Texas.

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Same station in Cisco, Texas from a photo in a 1930 Union Metal filling station catalog.
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