Cleveland Petrol Station Marr South Yorkshire An early s petrol station in the village of Marr close to the A between Doncaster and Barnsley The station was run by Clevelend Petrols which were marketed by an independent company based in northeast England The name comes from the Cleveland Hills not from Cleveland Ohio in the USA In the s this company was bought by the AngloAmerican Oil Co Esso but the Cleveland name was retained largely as the subsidiary marketed a benzole blend and an alcohol mixture called Discol In Esso chose to end Cleveland brand and gave up selling benzole or alcohol blends Clevelands filling stations were soon switched to the Esso brand In the service bay a Mk Ford Cortina can be seen The service station still existed as of but the site was derelict
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