A pair of turn-of-the-20th century buildings in use for commercial and automobile-related businesses with one being converted into apartments
A wonderful meeting of Brutalist and roadside architecture in a striking circular floor plan that fit the location at the apex of Broadway and Atwells Avenue quite well.
Likely a former Phillips 66 Gas Station, this building went from tire shop to restaurant to convenience store
A pair of auto-centric businesses constructed as the “new” highway was carved through Providence in the 50s/60s.
A sweet little simple Art Deco brick gas station in the middle of the Hope Street commercial district. Probably contaminated and hard to subdivide, so it came down.
A present-day example of early car service culture — white enamelled panels with bright green and red accents and an utilitarian design
A relatively low-slung and simple early 20th century former car repair garage in a residential portion off Broadway
A sweet and spare little gas and service station formerly on Eddy Street. Love the painted transom sign.