File:Shell Station on the corner of W. Potomac Street & Maryland Avenue.jpg

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Summary

The old Shell Station on the corner of W. Potomac Street & Maryland Avenue where the Brunswick Citizen office is today. Some of the owners were Dutch Miller, Donald Woods and Bill Deener.

Renace Painter from Lovettsville is the man on the left. Harry Barnhouse is the man on the right. Charlotte Barnhouse is partially hidden on the right behind the gas pumps.

The photo was taken in 1951.

(From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries)

Shelby Moss: My dad worked there part time when I was a little girl I remember Dutch my dad's name is Wayne Moss.

Phil Lowery:Brian Brawner worked there around 1973-1975.

Paul Fowler: I remembered when the station was run by Fisher in 60s . He towed me out of many fields 'snipe hunting

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