Weaver's Antique Service Station
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Weaver's Antique Service Station is a restored gas station reminiscent of the 1930s, located in Burlington, West Virginia at the intersection of the Northwestern Turnpike (also known as U.S. Route 50) and Patterson Creek Road.
Antique vehicles are stationed at the gasoline pumps of the service station, and within the shop shelves are lined with items from a bygone era. On the counter near the cash register lies a book of gasoline ration cards as if it were 1943. The proprietor, Ed Weaver, died in November 2009. It is now closed to the public.
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