there will never be enough

Are they closing down?

The Swedish part of Esso started already back in 1896 but hasn’t been in Sweden for many years, they where actually bought by a Norwegian company called Statoil whish is (was) big in northern Europe for a couple of years. But Statoil is now sold as well… to a Canadian company, but the name Statoil still remains.
What happened with Esso in Greece I don’t know, but the petrol station on the picture was closed (I assume), and it looked liked it had been for a long time.

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4 responses

  1. There is something so lonely about an abandoned gas station. Especially when the insanely low prices are still on display.

    Thanks for sharing.

    26 August, 2012 at 07:04

    • I agree, abandoned gas stations, factories or even whole town’s is like a treasure for me and my camera 🙂

      26 August, 2012 at 07:20

  2. EJ

    Love the composition.

    26 August, 2012 at 08:19

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