Allen's Conoco Fillin' Station
Allen's Conoco Fillin' Station in Commerce was built in 1929 or 1930 by F.D. Mitchell as a place for travelers to stop along the newly paved Route 66. While it served Conoco fuel gas for the first few years it was open, it became a Phillips 66 Gas Station in 1938. It is rumored that Bonnie & Clyde may have stopped for gas here.
Also known as the "Hole in the Wall Conoco Station," it was closed for many years but was purchased, refurbished and reopened as a tiny gift and souvenir store. They do not have gas, but it is now a beloved photo op known for its vibrant green paint with red trim.