From days gone by (Summer agriculture barns flowers sky trees ). Photo by gingyb
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From days gone by

Uploaded by: gingyb

Sunday August 25, 2013

Elizabeth, PA (Current Weather Conditions)


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7. MrEdword
1:04 PM GMT on September 07, 2013
That's good - definitely brings back memories.
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6. motorcyclenana
3:07 PM GMT on September 04, 2013
very nice! Reminds me of one we stopped at in Missouri almost 40 years ago. We pumped our own and put money in a coffee can on top the pump.
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5. WeatherWise
8:10 PM GMT on August 31, 2013
I am sure they were - or in North Carolina
there are laws that require the in ground
tanks be removed from stations when no longer
in use. If it is not done there are fines.
That is as best I can remember. Strict laws
that are inforced.
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4. Love2shoot
7:53 PM GMT on August 31, 2013
Great shot. I hope the tanks were drained before being abandoned. Very nostalgic.
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3. WeatherWise
9:13 PM GMT on August 27, 2013
I remember those! My dad ran a country
store with gas pumps down on the farm.
He would be out working on the farm and
I would have to run out there and tell
them Daddy said he would be there in a
minute. Nice walk down memory lane!
Great shot and great find!
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2. gingyb
6:46 PM GMT on August 25, 2013
Thank you Steve
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1. backwardguy
6:40 PM GMT on August 25, 2013
Ahhhh!I love this one!
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I love photography, it is number 1 among my other hobbies. I also love looking at other people's photos on the Wunder pages, they are great and I can see all the beauty around our world. Thanks to all who post on this website. And have the greatest fun on WU

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