Thursday, March 06, 2008

signs of Pauls Valley

A few photos from a cloudy Sunday morning in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, taken on February 24. Enjoy...

Field Bros art-deco service station

George's Radiator Works

Dairy Twist

restored Maxwell House ad - Pennington Grocery Co.

Buster's Saw & Lawnmower Service

Poulan Chain Saws

Frisco "coon skin" emblem on display caboose

WSC
np: the Mavericks - "Dance the night away"


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2 Comments:

Blogger BEK said...

Actually, that gas station is Moderne, which is a later design movement than Deco. Moderne is more a 30s thing; Deco is from the 1920s. Deco has more design flourishes on it, as in the T&P depot and freight house in Fort Worth. Moderne is "streamlined" in comparison, rounded corners, lots of use of white and with aluminum or steel trim. A good find up there, Whiskey!

12:18 PM  
Blogger muddywaters said...

I stumbled on your blog because we share similar tastes in music. Thanks for documenting your road trips - it allows me to live vicariously through you. You've also inspired me to do more blogging about my own road trips and to slow down and pay attention to the little things.

We just returned from a Minnesota road trip, and around Brainerd there are some very cool older building at the Burlington Northern facility. I wish I would have photographed them.

Keep up the good work.

11:13 AM  

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