Trust the Torch!

Hunt's Service Station has been a Woodstock landmark at the five-way stops where South and Madison streets join Lake Avenue. (Hunt family photo)
Back in the 1950s, Hunt’s Service Station was a landmark with neon lights on two sides of the building in what was among the most highly trafficked intersections in Woodstock, […]
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