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H.P. Sears Service Station Museum

H.P. Sears Service State Museum is a one-of-a-kind, completely restored 1929 service station

1-315-337-1232
1914 Black River Blvd. N,
Rome, NY 13440
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H.P. Sears Service State Museum is a one-of-a-kind, completely restored 1929 service station. Housed in a pristine, white building with a red-tiled roof, the service station abounds with items from the original gas station as well as odds and ends from the era when the station was in use.


The outside is bedecked with old-fashioned, white and red gas pumps with clock faces and glass globes that advertise Sears’ name for his own brand of gasoline, TriPure, as well billboards, porcelain signs, authentic light poles and fixtures.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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