Man, this is so choice. It was a “hit the brakes!” moment when we ran across it. Fairly typical 1940s – 50s highway gas station. When it was in operation, I say that inside was the cash register, some chairs, stove, coffee pot and a lot of cans of motor oil.
The sign has been re-purposed a couple of times and is just unreadable. It could have been a Sinclair station originally…just a guess. The company liked rounded corners and those strips above the door.
This is located on Hwy 25/70 (Asheville Highway) at the corner of Shady Road in Sevier County TN. There’s a long-closed small feed store next to this building.
36.02090, -83.65296, if you’re interested.