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These pictures were most likely taken around 1946..... when I can blow them up it looks like the nearest pump is a Gilbert and Barker and the furthest one is a Wayne... I'm just wondering which models they are.
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nice batch of ducks somebody killed.

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Nearest one is a G&B T-176 w/ tall door, other is a WAYNE 515 or 519 w/ pull stops.
Child looks like Shirley Temple or is that you Bob? smile

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Thanks for the info Dick. Now is there any chance that anyone would be able to identify what brand of gas they pumped?
You were close, but that would be my MUCH older sister.


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