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Title: Gas for Less

All the way from Green River, Wyoming, here’s a vintage-looking oil and gas sign from Green River, Wyoming. This photo was taken by a blogger from RoadsideArchitecture.com. By the way, this sign was made from an airplane wing.

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Title: Los Angeles Oil Field

People and oil fields are mixed together in a Los Angeles City oil field in the 1890s. Courtesy of the California History Room, California State Library, Sacramento, California.

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Title: Drilling Equipment

From the Washington Department of Natural Resources, here is a picture of a drilling equipment in operation along the Hoh River in 1964. No significant amount of petroleum was encountered.

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Title: Signal Hill Oil Field

Cars and homes blend with the Signal Hill oil field at Atlantic and 28th Streets, circa 1930. Courtesy of the Long Beach Public Library Collection.

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Title: The Plank Road

This Plank Road served as access from the Hoh River in Washington State to the Jefferson Oil Seep area in the 1930s. Parts of this road is still partially recognizable. Courtesy of Jones Photo Shop, Aberdeen, Washington.

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TNphoto Tatsuya Nakagawa
Tatsuya Nakagawa is the VP of Marketing and co-founder of Castagra Products, a storage tank and wastewater coatings manufacturing company that is highly acclaimed for its sustainable coatings, cold weather tank coating applications, and its durable frac tank coatings. Castagra is used by the world’s top oil and gas field services companies.