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Red Crown Service Station at Skinker and Clayton Roads. [Charlie Mudd Standard Service "The Station With the Big Sign"]. 981 South Skinker Boulevard. (1946) ©Missouri History museum

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World's Largest Amoco Sign - St. Louis Landmark! Clayton Rd

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Page Avenue Streetcar at the Street Railway Curve Near Skinker Road 1904 World's Fair Entrance.

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United Hebrew Temple, 225 South Skinker Boulevard. (1927) Today, this is the Missouri History Museum's Library and Research Center.

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It’s Friday so that means Laurel & Hardy time!!! Movie Poster / Movie Images Comedy Greats!!! / Comedy Genuis Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy For more from the movies head over to: http://www.popcorncinemashow.com/

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The 264' Ferris Wheel was originally built for the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, and was transported to St. Louis for the 1904 World's Fair. Each of its 36 wooden cars held 60 people for a total capacity of 2160 riders. Rides cost 50 cents. Grand dinners and even weddings took place in the spacious cars. It was destroyed for scrap after the Fair in May 1906, when attempts to sell or relocate the gigantic wheel failed.

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<b><a href="http://kaldiscoffee.com/pages/location-kayaks">Kayak's Cafe</a></b><br> 270 N. Skinker Blvd.<br> St. Louis, MO 63130<br> <br> You'll feel like you've stepped foot in a ski lodge when you step inside this offshoot of Kaldi's Coffee -- or at least, as close as you can get in the city. Although the photo might display coffee (hey, you have to admit it's pretty), there's nothing like one of Kayak's made-to-order s'mores and a cup of hot chocolate to warm you up on a cool day. <a…

Image ID: FHS3823 Image Date: 1903 Image Title: [Dead chestnut trees.] Image Caption: Dead chestnut, Skinker Mountains, N.C. Photographer: [unknown] Use Restrictions: Permission from the Forest History Society required for any use of this image. Repository Contact Information: Forest History Society, Inc.; 701 William Vickers Ave., Durham, NC 27701; Tel.: (919) 682-9319; Fax: (919) 682-2349.

Just blocks away from Tesseract, the Giant Amoco sign at intersection of Clayton and Skinker, St. Louis

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