Abandoned BP With Tons Of Stuff Inside Car Wash Bridgeville, Pa *DEMOLISHED*

čas přidán 2. 01. 2018
Abandoned BP With Tons Of Stuff Inside Car Wash Bridgeville, Pa. Someone left the car wash garage doors wide open. Wait til you see what I find inside.

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  • yo shoutout to those toilets for still suckin!!!!

  • been taken shits there even tho it close!!!!!

  • I used to work for a now defunct in Pittsburgh ambulance company, AMR or American medical response. Often when I was coming back at the end of the day I would stop here as our base was on Meyer Street and I probably wouldn’t have time in the morning to fuel up my wheelchair van. I drove an E-350 with a 7.3 powerstroke turbo diesel and I would always need to load up. This station was exactly 1 mile from our base so I just added one mile to my mileage and could call out so I didn’t get dispatched anymore. The late guy met me here when he didn’t have a fuel card so I could give him my fuel card and my Nextel phone battery ( which was at 68 percent power) cause he was headed for Punxsutawney by way of green tree. I even bought him a Mountain Dew live wire and a cup of coffee. I was on my home by 5:45 that night to a 2 day weekend. Shame it closed it was in a very good location

  • Amoco was bought by British Petroleum in the 2000s, IIRC. Then they did away with their Amoco branding and switched them all to BP stations, but with the Amoco fuel branding. However, a brand-new fully Amoco-branded station just opened near me in early 2020, which was refreshing to see, so perhaps they're restarting the brand?

  • Never noticed how prominent the Pittsburgh accent was until now😂

  • Amoco and BP merged in 1998.

  • i think bps are still available in the us, it just turned into arcos since i think they’re both the same thing

  • copi matsin

  • There are a few bp's here on the west coast of Florida but I won't buy any of their products due to the deep water horizon accident I like your videos and I am a Florida transplant more than 30 year's ago but I am born and raised pittsburger

  • That was a really cool gas station

  • I ve got 6 bps

  • also this is now a Napa Auto Parts went passed here about a Year ago and its Crazy,

  • and this is about to have 500 comments soon Had to believe you are going to be 50.0K hopefully soon

  • Most Popular video you have on your channel this is about 2 years old now i am re watching it and i hadn't Watched this in a couple of days.

  • This might be old news by now but in answer to the Amoco fuels question is as follows: In the 1990’s British Petroleum (BP Oil) controlled by the British Government decided to purchase certain former Standard oil company “(7 sister companies) as a result of the Standard Oil Trust of Cleveland OHIO lawsuit around 1907. The lawsuit was brought by the federal government against the Rockefeller Family the then sole owners of The. Eastern States Standard Oil Company better known as ESSO back then and in the rest of the world to this day. At the time of the lawsuit the federal government claim that Standard Oil had an unfair monopoly in the fledgling crude oil industry. The claim was that Rockefeller’s idea that they would own and control the entire business from the “ground to the pump”. That went all the associate business as well. The result was anything needed to put Gasoline in your car, oil heat in your house all the way down to cakes of paraffin wax to shine your shoes. Examples of this was that ESSO controlled railroads, trucks, ships real estate etc. the even had deals with the car industry and tire companies boost demand for oil was always growing. The end result was that in a short period ESSO controlled over 90% of the entire industry. This gave ESSO ability to stop any competition or regulation of wages, safety etc. The Federal Government won the lawsuit and The result was the creation of The U S Anti-Trust Dept to preserve competition and a free market economy. As a result, ESSO was divided in to 7 separate companies to operate in at the time the 7 main regions of the US and territories which remain to this day. Officially they are known as STANDARD OIL OF ........ New Jersey aka EXXON New York aka MOBIL Ohio aka SOHIO Indiana aka AMOCO California aka Chevron Louisiana aka GULF Kentucky aka KYSO (now known as VALVOLINE The American overseas territories aka CALTEX Was a joint venture between CHEVRON and TEXACO. It is now 100% owned by CHEVRON. The Rest of the world was not affected by the court case and is still known as ESSO. In 1990’s BP wanted to enter the US market so they decided buy a few of the Standard oil companies. The first purchased GULF oil, then the bought SOHIO and then AMOCO. As a result of contract negotiations and federal regulations certain parts of the purchased companies could not own and or control the operations. Therefore for a period of time the AMOCO brand had to be a separate entity. I m from Cleveland, Ohio and soon only Diesel fuel was branded AMOCO until 2 years ago when AMOCO disappeared completely. Two interesting side notes: The BP oil well that exploded and contaminated the Gulf of Mexico was an old GULF oil property that BP didn’t maintain properly. The second is that the company responsible for the construction and operations of the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline was a joint venture of SOHIO and BP. I hope this information answers any questions. P.S Sorry about the long windedness.

  • hey wallie they tore this down now its a mattress warehouse....i looked it up on google street view lol

    • i know i live in Washington County about 20 mins from here

  • There’s a abandoned masters home improvement near me

  • There are loads of open BP's where I live Milton Keynes England and I've never seen an abandoned BP in person.

    • @TJC HD I lived there until 2 July 2020 when I moved

    • Yes there are loads I live there as well

  • It looks like the place has been demolished and replaced with a Mattress Firm, quick turnaround.

  • The McDonald’s exterior style in the background though... definitely nostalgic

    • Right I noticed that too I worked there twice and I'm in bridgevile weekly I remember when that med express was a bp but yeah that mcd is all new mcdonald's is like king jingalings castle from banjo tooie when she zombifies it

  • Carl Nelson

  • the BP is now gone -- replaced by a Mattress Factory. Most of the abandoned businesses at that end of Bridgeville/SF have been either torn down & repurposed -- but at one point, the general area boasted an abandoned plant, the abandoned BP, an abandoned Burger King, an abandoned Texaco, an abandoned church, & an abandoned Knight's Inn...The abandoned Kings across the street remains abandoned, & an an abandoned dry cleaners has been added. That McDonald's directly across from the BP has been remodeled.

  • Wallie B: Update for you -- Bridgeville is starting to become "Abandonedville" once again! Not only did the Taco Bell & the K-Mart recently close, but within the last month or so Pizza Hut closed, Peace Love & Little Donuts closed, The Bridge Gastropub/Rumfish Grille closed, & the Sonic is "temporarily" closed due to a kitchen fire!!!!

    • @Tarantulisimo i iknow i did about every abandoned or former place in Washington on my channel except for the Curtis pharmacy less then a mile from my house former Food land On Jefferson i think , The Abandoned Elpaso less then a mile from where i did the former Pizza hut on chestnut st.. The abandoned Bonton at Washington Crown center mall also On Chestnut, The Rural King Former Gandemountain/Ames/Hills can't Believe it was 3 company's that went out, The abandoned place next to the Abandoned Donut Connection i did, The Popeye's Former Long john silvers/A&w next to the Jcpenney i did, The abandoned Long John Silver's on Chestnut St., The Abandoned USA Steak Buffet former Bonanza Steak House, Think its about it because i did the abandoned Macy's, Jcpenney, Toy's r us, Donut Connection, Sears, and alot of other places i forgot i have the harbor Freight former Value city to do literary Right next to The Toys r us and Jcpenney i did and the popeyes i will do, also there's a Wines and spirits i have to do across from those places that used to be a pizza restraunt.

    • @Tarantulisimo i know i only live less then 20 mins from there in Washington Pa

    • @Adam Esposito great place to live -- new closings weekly

    • That Sounds Terrible

  • 2017: still there 2020: DEMOLISHED

  • 1:25 theirs 2 12 packs of what looks too be sprite

  • We had BP ( British Petroleum ) up here in Canada up to about 1980 when all stations were assumed by Petro Canada . They also assumed all Gulf stations too. The one in my hometown ( Port Credit ) was a PC and then a Pizza Pizza was built on its site with other shops . That one in Bridgeville looked like an idea location ! Our BP logo was the older style . BTW a friend of mine pumped gas at ours up here in 1975 -76 and they gave him a BP winter jacket with logos . I wonder if he still has it ?

  • This Was Uploaded On My 9th Birthdsy!

  • hey wallie good news their open up 400 kmarts in the united states

  • We have 2 Amoco gas station in Florence South Carolina 29501.

  • That car wash worked excellent. They used shammeeee's that slaps the vehicle and cleaned way better than laser wash.

  • 76's are in the northeast, but they're rare.

  • BP bought Amoco

  • My hometown. So cool and also weird to see someone make a video of a bit of it....usually its Pittsburgh I see all the time. It's a mattress store now.

  • who loves wallie b 26? ME!!!!!!

  • My buddy worked there in the 90s

  • Is there any hot n nows out there cuz there’s only one left in Sturgis, Michigan and I guess that’s the last one that is still open

  • New gas station are being built.they have wifi order food and have better stuff I like the new gas station better

  • I spoted old style mcdonalds

  • any update on this location in 2019?

    • Parker Young it’s gone, demolished. New building there, think it’s a mattress store or something now

  • The owner of the property could have paid somebody to bust the joint out- pull off on AFP job to collect insurance money.

  • Probably purchased with government grants and the 7 years passed and was time to start paying taxes so just close the door and go on......while running up all the charge accounts.....

  • There are many abandoned petrol stations in America. Why?

  • Nice video

  • UPDATE: This BP was completely demolished last fall. In it's place they are building a Mattress Warehouse, scheduled to open by this summer. 3-5 years ago, that intersection & the surrounding area had numerous abandoned places.

  • I just poured concrete at a new building there. There is a mattress place going in there

  • its gone now my hubby drives tow truck out that way and when he is not towing he sits in the old kings parking lot he watched them ripp it down

  • We have a gas station that opens and closes through out the year kinda weird the food is about expired and the drinks are old

  • Fuck BP

  • This country is falling is running out of money

  • There losing business to speedy gas stations

  • i think this one used to be a shield bp by the canopy design with the curved front and flat sides, as well as the green stripes being painted on instead of green metal protruding from the canopy edit: it also used to have a regular bp shop which closed leaving only the pumps open. then fill n full moved in

  • SOOOO many owners of gas stations and quick marts are DIRT BAGS.

  • Amoco is still around, BP is their parent company

  • The sheriff's name was Niedermeyer?! :-D

  • Love old gas stations Wallie, good video dude.

  • We have 1 or 2 76 gas stations

  • BP SUCKS Sinking Agents Yea

  • how mutch for the stashin

  • Any info why they closed? Im interested in reasons why such places get closed

  • Amoco is coming back we a couple of stations here in Jersey. I was born and raised in Pittsburgh Pa I remember Amoco to.

  • You talked about 76 gas stations they just opened one up here in Florida i think i saw another one with in 50 miles of each other that’s pretty cool

  • BP bought Amoco... Phillips 66 bought 76... Union Oil of California merged with Chevron out west..

  • I owned the standard oil station in Claflin, Ks. with my dad a while ago. Good times.

  • The dispensing fountains are still in the Pepsi machine too. Bet they’re gross.

  • There is an abandoned Sonic restaurant in Henderson if you wanted to see it. It's been taken by another business but the Sonic sign is still on both sides.

  • Wow, this is near Pittsburgh? No graffiti, no broken windows, and people have not taken everything not bolted down?

    • Bridgeville is kinda quiet. On occasion we'll get some crazy shit. Years ago there was a swat situation at an old hotel/motel that has been torn down and rebuilt into something else. A woman was date raped at a bar in town. Bar is no longer there and a new bar/restaurant took its place. You get drugs here of course, sadly. Unfortunately, a girl I went to school with got mixed in it and lost her child because the child was found in the streets of Bville. It's real sad, but you'd never know drugs was a problem driving through. It's pretty clean.

  • Amoco still makes fule byproducts in texas city tx.

  • I have a gas station in my backyard

  • Surprised 😳 the pumps are even still there. Sure that's usually one of the first things to get taken by the owners.

  • Somebody didn't pay there Real Estate Taxes

  • BP bought/merged with Amoco. There are Amoco branded stations in the Charlotte, NC area where I live.

  • Were you able to explore the movie theater down the street from there before it was torn down?

  • No gas?

  • Looks to me like it had been run by older Asians, who are famous for never updating anything, and it would also explain the bizarre hodge-podge of mismatching junk.

  • pump and dump... probably a taxi scam a play on words except it ain't a game 💀probably the best part was he was hungry and he said "haut dawgs " Saturday live LMAO

  • If Amaco went out of business, then they most likely closed all of their stores. If this location was a franchise location, then sadly, the franchisee lost his/her investment. No telling what liens and government notices were posted. Do not know how or who government agency takes over the property to redevelop it.

  • There are three Amoco stations in Walterboro South Carolina

  • I'm surprised the soft drink machine was still in there. Those things cost a good $3-4K same goes for those commercial coffee makers I spied to the right of it as well.

  • Amoco Corporation, originally Standard Oil Company, FounderJohn D. Rockefeller. Amoco merged with British Petroleum in December 1998, forming BP Amoco. Shortly after the merger, Amoco stations began a rebranding that saw the stations change their names to the BP marque while continuing to sell Amoco-branded fuel. Eventually, all traces of the Amoco brand name were eliminated and the stations adopted the BP branding permanently, although Amoco's grade naming system is still in use. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amoco

  • Whoar!! HOT TUBER ALERT!!! 🚨

  • Looked like a good location

  • The fire extinguishers are still there. Very bad conditions.

  • McDonald's smells good

  • Amoco fond du lac Wisconsin closed 1995

  • BP bought out Amoco when they came to the USA sometime in the 90s. They started the changeover by saying they were "BP featuring Amoco gasoline." For a period of time that stood until all references to Amoco were removed. Right after the Deepwater Horizon accident BP dropped servicing some Southern locations and sold them to either Marathon or Valero (I live in Mississippi and had a no-longer usable BP credit account). The only BP I have seen since the changeover is a truck stop in East Mississippi near the Alabama state line (where BP still has some stores).

  • It's amazing that 2 years after closing, that the windows were intact and the place had not been sacked by scrappers

  • I grew up near there, out in Hunting Ridge. I still remember that BP going up.

  • Amoco stations are popping up here and there. One just opened up a few months ago in New Hyde Park NY. www.mybpstation.com/amoco

  • We have some in Michigan

  • why did they leave so fast? some one in there or the owner must be a criminal on the run.

  • dude, what you should have done [according to a friend of mine...NOT ME!] is come at night to the station, break in the back door and take all that good stuff. ITS THERE WAITING FOR YOU and they are going to throw it away anyway. You could also gain access by THE ROOF. A lot easier at nighttime. What you do, is to wear a suit and tie, that way if police come by, you can FAKE IT and say you are an owner or OFFICIAL SALVAGER.

  • really unusual for the lazy, slobby owner to leave things behind. I am sure that BP would like its stuff. But its a franchise, so.... I mean, it is actually not that hard for a franchise to sell its stuff to people IF THEY know where to sell it at. A sheriff's fire sale IS NOT the place to sell "7-11" food supplies and magazine racks and drink machines. Another beginning small business would love to have those accessories at the gas station.

  • Should have thrown a brick at the glass And walked in

    • Not with the amount of cops that drive in the area. I'm pretty sure this guy isnt trying to go to jail.

  • Sorry to said this. But we in AZ we don’t have any 76 gas station We have QT and Circle K’s

  • Standard Oil Company became Amoco. Originally founded in Indiana in 1889. Later Amoco also absorbed American Oil Company. In 1998 Amoco merged with British Petroleum becoming BP Amoco. Most stations were rebranded as BP's selling Amoco gas. So not sure i any real Amoco stations left but BP is Amoco in all regards.

  • Maybe that chicken smell is from Cluck N Bell. Some businesses just live to serve the system, barely any profit to enjoy

  • I live in pa and I go to bridge vill and close to my house thier is a bp that Is now a restaurant called caughflins law

  • And now it’s gone demolished

  • i found some Amoco locations... www.google.ca/search?q=amoco+gas+stations&oq=amoco+gas+stations&aqs=chrome..69i57.11j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

  • I CLEAN IT OUT