Ampol is an Australian company that started in 1936. it was orginally called AMP.
In 1948 it was changed to Ampol. In 1995 they merged with Caltex.
This station is located in Elderslie, New South Wales, Australia
Photo taken in 2003 by Jim Sonter. Station was built in the 1950s, as were the pumps.
Ampol in Lyndhurst, New South Wales. Taken August, 2004 by Jim Sonter.
This station had four pumps in 1999. It is now closed.
Ampol in Dunedoo, New South Wales. Taken August 2004 by Jim Sonter.
Notice you can see right through the sign!
An Ampol in Crowsnest, Queensland. Taken August, 2004 by Jim Sonter.
This station is also an authorized Ford parts dealer.
Crowsnest is a small country town of around 2000 people.
Ampol in Wondai, Queensland. Taken August, 2004 by Jim Sonter.
This station also sells Ford cars. Station dates from the 1950s.
An enlargement of the pump area in the above Wondai location.
Ampol in Murgon, Queensland. Taken August 2004 by Jim Sonter.
A nice service station from the 1950s.
An Ampol in Ballina, New South Wales. Taken August, 2004 by Jim Sonter.
This is different. The canopy above the pumps is a tile roof.
Station age is unknown. The sign is newer.
Abraham Automotive sells Ampol. Pumps are late 1950s style.
Located in Summerhill, Sydney, Australia.
Photo taken in 2003 by Jim Sonter. Must have been quite a service station in the old days.
Built sometime in the 1930s.
Late 1950s map from Jim Sonter.
Ampol map from about 1970, from Jim Sonter.
Other side of above 1970 map, from Jim Sonter.