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Esso / Exxon, 7450 Two Notch Road: 1970s   1 comment

Posted at 11:04 pm in closing

This old-school Exxon on Two Notch near the I-20 interchange, and O'Neil Court is currentl Go Used Tires, but apparently that will only last until the sale of the building, which is currently on offer.

This is a classic look for an Esso/Exxon of that era. Here is a similiar one (which I believe stayed open longer) in Yulee Florida:

Hopefully the Two Notch building will not be razed, but given the age, I wouldn't bet on it.

UPDATE 5 December 2011: Added Esso to the post title based on the comments.

UPDATE 10 October 2016 -- The Two Notch building continues to deteriorate. I don't see how the next operation won't raze it. I also note the sheltered area looks to have been something of a homeless campout:

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Written by ted on December 4th, 2011

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  1. Actually this station was open in the late 1960s as an Esso.

    Also the station in florida was not an Esso/Enco/Exxon but a Shell. The Chimmney-like thing proturding from the top is a dead give away, (They would have had a square lit-up Shell sign there.) though Shell's bays were simmilar to Esso, et al. Esso had "Happy Motoring" across their bays, while Shell had "Service is Our Business."

    Tom

    5 Dec 11 at 5:06 pm

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