Petrol stations today are rarely a thing of beauty. Most have the same utilitarian design: a squat single storey building, a sheltered forecourt and a tall sign visible from a distance – a formula that originated in the US in the 1920s and has since been replicated all over the world. These buildings are a staple feature of towns, cities and rural landscapes – most of the time, we pass them by without a second thought.
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