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  • Collection: Early Filling Stations in Bonner Springs, Kansas

This photo was taken about 1920. The Derby Oil Company was located on the corner of Oak and Nettleton. Several unidentified people are in the photo. It later became a Conoco Gas Station.

Photo of the Skelly Oil Company on Oak and Front Street, taken in the early 1930's. The date on the back of the photo is 1932. The David and Sons store is located across the street and the Royal Theater is on the right. Three unidentified employees…

Supreme Motor Oil Company and Frey Ford located on the NW corner of Oak and 3rd Street.

Ernie Hymer built this Skelly Oil Company in the mid 1940's. It was located on the NW corner of Oak & 3rd Street. McCann & Love Motor Company, Garage and Truck Stop shared the building. Also pictured are three unidentified men.

A photo of the Skelly Oil Company located on the corner of Front and Oak Street was taken in the 1940's. It was rebuilt and owned by Lewis Wright. The Bonner Springs Dari Queen now sits on this location.

Photo taken of the Skelly Gas Station on Oak and Front Street. The photo was taken in the early 1940's. It was operated by Ernie Hymer. The vacant building to the left was the Kaw Valley Bus Station.

The Mobil Gas Station was owned by Harry Malone. It was located on Front St. between Oak and Cedar streets. Unidentified employee pictured. Photograph was undated.

Postcard of Oak Street, Bonner Springs, KS looking south towards the Kansas River. The card is dated 1940 on the front and 1941 on the back. The Mobilgas Station is on the left and the Conoco Station is on the right.

The Stephen Oil Company & Garage was located at Front and Cedar streets. The photo is dated 1980.
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