The San Agustín Gas Station was a symbol of local economic development in the 1920s, which worked until the early 1980s.
The gas station is now regarded as a important landmark in the landscape of the area, around which many generations have grown up.
Plenty of photos showing old cars refuelling and people posing around it can be found in the town archives and local newspapers archives.
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