If you are in the Glen Allen region of Richmond, motor on over to the Courtney Road Texaco station. It’s an old country store on a corner that has been restored by the Henrico County Department of Recreation and Parks.
It is one of a number of restored Texaco stations in the state.
In Gloucester Court House, there is the Edge Hill Service Station, home of the Fairfield Foundation, seen below.
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Sorry but I must suggest that the site was actually associated with Sunoco Oil. The Texaco station was down the road near the train tracks.