Route 66 Historic Texaco Gas Station
Photograph - Photography Digital Art
Route 66 Historic Texaco Gas Station.
This photograph finished in a tie for 3rd place in the FAA Logo for Group Contest on 4-16-2014, sponsored by the FAA group Vehicle Enthusiasts. There were 126 photographs entered in the contest.
This historic gas station (Ambler's Texaco Gas Station, also known as Becker's Marathon Gas Station) was the longest operating gas station along Route 66; it was open for service and pumping fuel for 66 continuous years until 1999.
This station is located in Dwight, IL on Route 17 and Old U.S. Route 66.
Note: This is only one image in my Series of "Route 66".
This photograph finished in a tie for 2nd place in the FAA My Rural American Hometown - Photographs contest on 11-10-2013, sponsored by FAA member Geoffrey Coelho. There were 264 photographs entered in the contest.
From my eyes, through the view finder to the click of the shutter. I hope you enjoy these moments in time that have been captured.
Note: If an image has the FAA watermark in the lower right hand corner it will NOT appear on any print you purchase.
Stop by and check out some of my other Photographic artwork on Fine Art America.
With over 90+ Virtual Photographic Galleries by Thomas Woolworth on Fine Art America you will find many subjects of personal interest.
Also on my FAA site you can explore over a dozen Photographic Series including: Hot Air Balloons, The Butterfly series, The Firemen series, An aerial series of the Chicago land area, The Holiday series and The Route 66 series to name just a few.
Photographer (1977), Digital Artist and Owner V'CAD Support (since 1987).
April 25th, 2013
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