2011 Shell Station – Galloway
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GALLOWAY SHELL SERVICE STATION – FALLBROOK, CA
The 46th annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show poster for 2011 features a Main
Avenue Shell Service Station that occupied two different locations and operated
under three different names from 1939 to 1962.
The original station, which is pictured on the poster, was owned by Fallbrook
residents John and Marjorie Galloway and opened in 1939. The station was
located in the area now occupied by Cold Stone Creamery on South Main Avenue.
In the mid 1950’s this station changed owners and became Marty’s Rocket Gas.
The Galloways moved further south on Main Avenue and built another Shell
Service Station in the location currently the Angel Society of Fallbrook. The new
Shell station eventually became a “Terrible Herbst” station that served the
community from 1959 to 1962.
The artist, Jim Krogle, began the poster art with John Galloway standing alone in
his traditional white service station uniform. Krogle later learned that John
Galloway’s daughter, Donna Galloway Oxford, still lives and works in Fallbrook as
a real estate agent. When a photo of her as a child was located, Krogle added her
image next to her father.
FEATURED VINTAGE VEHICLES ON THIS YEAR’S POSTER:
• 1948 DODGE FOUR-DOOR SEDAN – OWNED BY ROY MOOSA
• 1940 CHEVROLET COUPE – OWNED BY FRANK HAINEY
• 1953 CHEVROLET PICK-UP – OWNED BY HOWARD BURKE
POSTER IS A SIGNED AND NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION OF 600
46 th Annual Fallbrook Vintage Car Show
Artist: Jim Krogle
Born in Santa Monica in 1944, Jim learned from his father to love the ocean. They
spent many summers sailing, fishing and navigating to their favorite spot, Catalina
In the sixties, Jim started surfing the Southern California beaches and playing
guitar in a local garage band. In 1965 he began studying art at the prestigious
Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. In 1969, after receiving his bachelor
degree in illustration, Jim launched an extensive 20 plus year career as an
American Illustrator. He received numerous awards in the field of advertising.
In 1990 Jim returned to his love of the ocean and surfing and began painting
pictures of the local beaches and surf culture. Many of these art pieces include
classic Woodie cars. Local car dubs took notice of his work and started searching
him out to paint poster art for their events. Art for the Huntington Beachcruiser,
Doheney Wood and Fallbrook Vintage Car club posters have become highly
Jim’s detailed pen & ink and watercolor renderings present a wealth of good
memories and souvenirs of places seen and loved by locals and tourists alike.
When Jim is not painting he can be found surfing at his favorite spot in San
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