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( Copyright Mel Steinhauer all rights reserved ) These restored gasoline pumps in front of the antique shop in Rabbit Hash don't really work, but they sure look good. Just a few miles west of Cincinnati, this nostalgic community in northern Kentucky is a real trip back in time. The locals here just call antiques old stuff and in the early days of Rabbit Hash they didn't even have any. Heck, everything was brand new way back then. When pumps like these did work, gasoline would first fill up the glass containers so you could see if it was dirty or clean before pumping it into your car. Folks wanted their money's worth when they had to pay about 19 cents a gallon. So take a trip back in time now and come on down to Rabbit Hash where you can still enjoy the ... Good Old Days.
My original photograph with added digital enhancements and textures visible with the green square magnifier as the cursor is placed over the image.
February 7th, 2011
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