Keler’s Korner is a rare, surviving example of an early automobile service station. The buildings intact condition greatly enchances its instructional value as a relic of the early years of America’s “automobile culture.” The “Seattle-Everett highway” (present day US 99) opened in 1927. Promoted by the heavy use of the new highway, Mr. Keeler built a service station on it during its inaugural year.
Keeler’s Korner is part of the following tour legs:
Mount Vernon to Seattle
Keeler’s Korner is part of the following tours:
Canadian Border to Vancouver
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