Monday, February 23, 2009

Blue Dome Station

The Blue Dome was built in 1924 and served as a Gulf Oil Station. This was the first station in Oklahoma to have hot water, pressurized air and a car wash. It was also open 24 hours, seven days a week. The station attendant lived upstairs in the dome itself. It is now something of a landmark and an icon for downtown Tulsa. Across the street is the Blue Dome Diner where my son Luke makes the world's finest walnut blueberry pancakes.


Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

Tulsa is a beautiful city OR is it you that has the "eye" to find the beauty?


Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

Voici une très belle station service ! j'aimerai qu'elle soient toutes comme cela plutôt que ce truc affreux plein de lumière que nous voyons aux bords des routes.
Les stations service américaines sont plus belles que les françaises !! lol

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

I go on wikipedia for find more about Tulsa and i see that Tulsa is twin with Amiens, the biggest town of my region !!!
it's a small world after all !!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

Anne - There is beauty everywhere if we only see it. What the camera does is remind me to look for it.

Micki - our new service stations are as ugly as yours. The Blue Dome is from a better time. And please say hello to our twins in Amiens. It IS a small world.

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

i saw your message on Elleona's blog, I don't understand why you have a problem, could you write a message on "le billet de la Sainte-Isabelle" ? if you can do likes that and i will put it on the right place !