The Gay Parita Station is a reproduction of an early-twentieth-century Sinclair gasoline station. The original Gay Parita station had been established back in the 1930s by a couple named Fred and Gay Mason, and the original native-stone garage from that early era still stands on the property.  The station was built on the orignail property by Gary Turner in 2004, Gary passed away in 2015.  Gary's daughter Barbera Turner is now operating the station.
  
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The Gay Parita Station is a reproduction of an early-twentieth-century Sinclair gasoline station. The original Gay Parita station had been established back in the 1930s by a couple named Fred and Gay Mason, and the original native-stone garage from that early era still stands on the property. The station was built on the orignail property by Gary Turner in 2004, Gary passed away in 2015. Gary's daughter Barbera Turner is now operating the station.

Filename: Gay Parita Station Route 66 20160521-_MG_3471-HDR.jpg
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Date 21 May 2016
Location: Everton Missouri United States
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Copyright: © Greg Disch Photography gdisch@gregdisch.com
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