The Old Gas Station located on the southwest corner of Price and High Street was built in 1927. This station, with its red tile roof, is reminiscent of the first service stations in this century, and was a package design produced by the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey.
A prominent feature is the matched pair of Fry 117 visible
gasoline pumps. These pumps were nicknamed Mae West because of
their curvaceous nature. The station houses a museum of highway nostalgia.