Then and Now: Esso station in Shaw
Then (left): The Esso station at the northwest corner of Rhode Island Ave. and 6th Street, NW, photographed sometime in the 1920s. (Library of Congress, #npcc 33542)
Now (right): Most of the structure is still there, as are the houses, but the property is fenced and closed. It would be great if the property could be restored.
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