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This is a fantastic restoration of an original Richfield Service Station from 1915. A local volunteer organization including the Route 66 Inland Empire group worked to collect donations and volunteers to save the structure. It recently reopened as a volunteer staffed museum and visitors are...More
There is a old gas station on the corner of Foothill and Archibald ave in Rancho Cucamonga. The city has restored it to the way it looked over 30 or 40 years ago. It was a Richfield gas station. there is a museum inside. Worth...More
I had the pleasure of shooting this while working for another client and was lucky enough to find "the Powers That Be" at home.
If you have a classic ride, ask they might let you get a "once in a lifetime" period shot of your...More
This station is across the street from one of my favorite deli restaurants. I've watched it be refurbished for many years and visited the results. Wonderful renewal which supplies interesting facts. Lived in Illinois many years along Route 66, enjoyed their place and food eats,...More
A refurbished gas station in the middle of uneventful and kinda ugly foothill blvd. in Rancho Cucamonga. Maybe if the surrounding buildings had anything to do with the retro and/or historic feeling of this place it would be a little better.
The museum is kinda...More
We drive past this every day, since it's right by our house, and right now it is next to a construction zone. It doesn't seem accessible, and I would hate for someone to drive there and not even have access to park. Wait until another...More
Love finding these off the beaten path spots of history while road tripping to soccer tournaments with the kids. Has a small museum with lots of fun pictures and historical items. Has Route 66 souvenir's for sale in their gift shop too.
I wasn't born yet, but this gas station belong to my father! Once located on turner ave. And my dad had the station moved to foothill. But because of the depression he sold it. It was originally white and was painted yellow later on in...More