“The first Phillips gas station in Texas!”
This vintage 1928 gas service station, designed in “Cottage Fashion” and often called a “Doll House” was started in 1927 after Congress authorized a coast-to-coast highway called Route 66. Finished in 1928, the station operated under different owners and brands of products until the Interstate system came into being.
This gas station is great but the real treat is the entire town and its buildings. So many abandoned businesses and memorabilia for Rt 66. You feel like you're stepping back in time.
Right off the road. Gotta do a drive by
Navigation did notgive correct address so we assumed it was torn down for a house. Wasn't until I came to add a comment I noticed the address was different.
Navigation did not give correct address so we assumed it was torn down for a house. Wasn't until I came to add a comment I noticed the address was different.
Restored old Phillips 66 station. Non working but cool to see and worth the photo op.
It is cute and my daughter had fun taking a few pictures but that was it.
Just stopped here. It's been restored. Very cool photo-op.
A vintage 1928 gas service station that was designed in what was known as "Cottage Fashion" because it resembled a little country cottage.
Gas station is pretty humble, but driving on Route 66 is very cool.
A quick 5 second stop, take a photo & keep driving.
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Phillips 66 on the Route
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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Credit Cards not Accepted
No Public Restrooms