Here we have an image of an old gas station that I ran across in Southern Georgia. The '50s or '60s style service station still has its pumps intact, including the rubber hose. What I find interesting is that there are three different eras of gas pumps in the abandoned building photograph. The gas pump in the center looks like it may have been in use in the '50s. But having them side by side makes this nuanced art urban picture appealing. I have added a splash of color to the red service no smoking sign for artistic effect.
The gas station building is in a state of decay and ruin. The tin roof shelter is falling, and the weeds are taking over the driveway. However, the old building still has glass windows intact.