Here we have a color image of an old and abandoned gas service station in rural Georgia. The gas station has five gas pumps still in place, which is rare to find. Due to environmental concerns, gas pumps are removed when a gas station ceases operation.
Well, this one not only has the five pumps, but they also look like they are from three different eras. The oldest vintage is the 2nd one in the photograph that looks like it was in operation in the '50s or '60s. The yellow one next to it could have been from the '70s, and the remaining three you could consider the most current - may be used 20 or 30 years ago.
The entire site is surreal. The driveway leading to the service station is overgrown with weeds and grass, the roof tin shelter is falling apart, and the building shows signs of decay. Yet interestingly enough, the windows are still intact. Tires and oil drums lay on the property as debris.
You might also be interested in a black and white fine art version of this same gas station.