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February 19, Did you ever wonder what the restaurant, grocery store, department store or bank that you shop or patronize while in Cranston, RI used to be? Maybe not, but if you have, here are some of them listed by street name and street number the list will be continually expanded and updated.
To search for a particular business or street, hit the "Ctrl" key lower left area of your keyboard AND the letter "F" key at the same time. By , it had become Saint Stephens Chapel. It later became E-Z Laundry until Photo: Cumberland Farms from - Pawtuxet Auto Service used to be a Sunoco service station from at least May the opening of Tetro Sunoco for 70 years until becoming strictly an auto repair shop by early The station was rebuilt in At this address, going way back to at least until was E.
Weaver Rexall Drug Store. It later became a hair salon under various names. Photo: A row of old gas pumps were standing in front of Birch Street Garage in Below: Photos from and Below: The intersection of Park Ave. By , it had become Ronzio Pizzeria. By , it was Railroad Salvage of R. It then became Marine Optical Co.
It then became a Valueland Super Market in until closing all its stores one year later. In between, it was National Wholesale Liquidators. It started in late at Elmwood Ave before moving here.
It then became B. It was earlier listed as Elmwood Ave. It later became Lipman Foods and Native Poultry. Service Station from to rebuilt in The station was originally called Garden City Atlantic and remained as an Atlantic station until being converted to Arco in The bank would relocate to Hillside. Earlier here from until moving to Sockanosett Cross Rd. It closed in February Borders Books moved into this spot in until closing in Established in , a new plant for the brewery was built here in and operated until It was torn down in late and early New London Avenue 1 - A three-unit strip mall built in sits at the location that used to be Duncan Fyffe Restaurant from to and torn down in early AMF automatic pinsetters and pindicators.
This address is sometimes listed as being in Cranston and other times listed in Providence. The Texaco and Getty signs can be seen at Park Ave. It then became a Sunnybrook Farms convenience store until about , when it changed to Dairy Mart. It later became Quick Pick Food Mart until about It remained as a Cities Service station until , when all Cities Service stations were rebranded as Citgo.
By It later became East Side Cleaners and Tailors in It was listed early on at Park Ave. It started as Park Avenue Lunch in After a short time as General Window Supply Co. It later became a First National Market and Grocery in After being vacant in and being used as a campaign fund office, it became Vasa Baking Co. In between, it was Planet Wireless.
Before the three-unit plaza Park Ave. It had earlier been listed at Park Ave. It then became Harry Ey Co. By , this was listed as both Barry Sales and Providence Lacquer. It then became Meats Inc.
It later became Diamond Fuels Food Mart. Photo: Sunoco Xtra Mart in March After Fotomat closed, it became the short-lived, but still remembered Condom Hut from July to June Photo Credit: Cranston Historical Society.
It remained a Sunoco station until being converted to Mobil in It later became Pontiac Express. By , it was Peggy-Helen Yarn Shoppe. A Brooks Pharmacy and other businesses was built here in at Pontiac Ave, although the side entrance of Brooks was listed here at Pontiac. It was later converted to Rite Aid Pharmacy. It continued as a Getty until being converted to BP in Photo: Pontiac Ave.
Getty in Reservoir Avenue - St. Photo: Gallo Studios from It remained a Gulf service station all the way until about when it changed from Hurd Gulf to Hurd Mobil.
Shawmut then closed this office and moved up the street to Reservoir Ave in August It was originally Regents Sundial Shoe Store from December until closing after being damaged by a fire in October In and for the next few years, it was International Food Market. This included The Bali Room, which opened in A Gulf service station then operated here from until becoming Dairy Mart still with Gulf products in about The current Burger King is listed at Park Ave..
It then became Sombrero Mexican Grill from to It then became Admirals Bank until As of February , El Tapatio Restaurant is close to opening at this location. Rhodes Place 60 - The ballroom at Rhodes-On-The Pawtuxet was built in after a fire destroyed most of the buildings here.
The gazebo at the corner of Broad St. See the Rhodes-On-The-Pawtuxet website for a complete history. Rolfe Square formerly Rolfe Street 56 - Citizens Bank has operated at this location since all the way back to August After that it became 99 Marketplace until changing the name to Phu Lam Market in All three were here until about , when it all became Cranston Department of Senior Services.
Cranston Adult Education Programs at 83 Rolfe is at this location today. It was then vacant and no longer listed by The restaurant was rebuilt in after the original building burned down after a fire in It was torn down in May The cinema opened as one 1. In , the cinema was split into two theatres. It had previously been a First National grocery store from about to Photo: Dairy Shoppe from
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