Two photos of a Hess in Manassas, Virginia,
taken in June 2005 by Paul Crumlish.
Paul's description: This is an example of the old school Hess
stations that covered the Northeast years ago.
While long in the tooth and looking its age, there are three
or four left in metro DC area -- rather than the new
mini store/gas station models.
Two photos of a WilcoHess, located on US250, Charlottesville, VA.
Taken in January, 2005 by Paul Crumlish.
It's the latest incarnation of Wilco, now the Wilco stores with Hess branded gas.
They have a website:
Two views of a Hess on the Southeast corner of So. Broadway
(U.S. 9 and N.Y. 119) in Tarrytown, New York. Taken by Jeff Alterman
on November 17, 2004.
Jeff's notes:Until late 1990, there was a Sunoco station on this very site. It was a Gulf station earlier in its career. The old station was demolished so that the intersection of U.S. 9 and N.Y. 119 could be widened to improve traffic flow and to direct the traffic to a new entrance for the Tappan Zee Bridge which is directly opposite this gas station. The new station began to operate about a month before this picture was taken. I have bought gas at this very station since it has opened. Just goes to show that a new gas station can take place of a long defunct gas station at the same location on occasion.