Texaco Fire Chief Station on the Las Vegas Strip

The Texaco Fire Chief service station opened on the grounds of the Last Frontier Hotel in 1947, right on the Las Vegas Strip. Styled to match the resort’s all-encompassing Old West theme, and featuring what is likely the Strip’s first large scale animated neon sign, the gas station was a draw for travelers who wanted to experience what was undoubtedly one of the coolest gas stations in America at the time. The Texaco Fire Chief service station became a Mobil station in the early 60s, and was sadly demolished in ’66.

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