Outside Lands Podcast Episode 183: 16th and Irving Street Gas Station

Ruins of the gas station run by Jack Goldsworthy, closed but still dream-inspiring.
Outside Lands San Francisco - Jul 30, 2016

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 183: 16th and Irving Street Gas Station Outside Lands Podcast Episode 183: 16th and Irving Street Gas Station

pictured:Mohawk Gas Station, 1960s., circa 1968

For many years, the station sold Mohawk gasoline and serviced cars in the white building behind the station. The Jack Goldsworthy home stands on 16th Avenue next to the station.
Courtesy of Karen Olson.

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