A blast from the past, hole in the Wall Conoco Station, but Ethyl does not live there anymore. This tiny, former gas station, looks a little like a film set, but it is real, and was built in 1929/30, by F.D. Mitchell, probably another casualty of the interstate. It would appear that the Station became a Phillips 66 Gas Station in 1938. the station has been closed for at least the last 20 years. It is said that Bonnie & Clyde may have bought their gas here.
|Allen's Conoco Fillin' Station (1:25)|