Valero Photos

Logo courtesy of Robert Droz

New Valero colors spotted at Luke's Mega Mart on US271 near School Street, south Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Photo taken August 23, 2018 by David Backlin.

Another look at the new Valero colors at Luke's Mega Mart, showing the whole canopy.

A Valero in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Photo taken Nov. 17, 2004 by Jeff Alterman.
Jeff's comments on this station:
This was an Amoco station until early November 2004. Look carefully at the pump.
You can tell that this once was an Amoco station. This station is located on
Farragut Parkway about 1/2 block or so south of the intersection of
Ravensdale Road in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Before it became a Valero station,
it was an Amoco station for a great many years. This station never had more than
two pumps and they do a big business selling tires. Despite the realtively small
appearance at the front of the station, the interior is quite spacious and they
can work on a number of cars at once with plenty of room to spare. They also
specialize to at least some degree in upgrading the performance of people's cars.

Above, two views of the pumps at the Valero in Hastings-on-Hudson.
Photos by Jeff Alterman, Nov. 17, 2004.

The lone Valero in Tampa Florida as of April, 2004.
Photos taken by Robert Droz, April, 2004.

This is a rather small VALERO located on Baldwin Avenue near
Sierra Madre Blvd. in Sierra Madre, CA.
Photo taken 3/4/04 by J. Eric Freedner.

Three shots of the Valero station at Lombard St./Hwy 101
in San Francisco, CA on the way to the Golden Gate bridge.
These photos were contributed by Ed Sawabini on August 22, 2003.

Two shots of a Valero in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Taken Nov. 2003 by Robert Droz on his US 1 trip.

Two shots of a Valero in South Bay, Florida.
Taken Nov. 2003 by Robert Droz on his US 1 trip.

New Valero at Lander Street and Glenwood,
just off the I-5 freeway in Turlock, California.
Taken Sept. 1, 2003 by J. Eric Freedner.

A giant Valero billboard in San Jose, CA.
Taken Sept. 2003 by J. Eric Freedner.

Valero has been in the pipeline and refinery business for some time.
Their primary sales have been unbranded sales to other companies
such as Total and Exxon among many others.
Now that they have branched out into retail sales, they've acquired Beacon
and Ultramar-Diamond-Shamrock and sell gas under those names.
Valero began branding stations in the San Francisco area, and have now
branched out to Florida among other places.
J. Eric Freedner has sent this application which has the Valero logo on it.