Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Three 1950s building designs perfect for car mat play!

A service station would have included both car repair, car care and gasoline during the 1950s. These kinds of gas stations were referred to as "full service" filling stations.

Description of Coloring Pages: three 1950s buildings typically found in the cities and small towns of American and Canada: a service station (gas station), a one-story, modern ranch home with an attached garage and an industrial building, Each building is simple enough to cut out, trace around and fill in the details of a play road mat for young children.

A 1950s modern ranch home with two giant "picture windows" in front and an attached garage.
An industrial building was commonly referred to as "a plant" in the 50s.
 One might manufacture anything a child's imagination will allow,
from potato chips to appliances, let them decide.
Don't forget to drag the png. or jpg into a Word Document and enlarge the image as much as possible before printing it folks. If you have a question about this coloring page, just type into the comment box located directly below this post and I'll try to get back to you as soon as I can.

 photos of vintage filling stations

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