Historic District Downtown Building Inventory

Storey's Tire Factory, Pomeroy Washington, 2021

Stanley's OK Tire Rubber Welders (Pomeroy Downtown Historic District ID 20)

Dick Stanley completed the O.K. Rubber Welders (O.K. Tire Shop) in June, 1952. Stanley moved his business to this location from 865 Main Street where Stanley started the tire shop in 1948. The building is still used as a tire shop (Storey's Tire Factory).

Constructed in 1952, the one-story concrete block building has a sloped roof with a wood shake shed roof parapet and two bays separated by concrete block pilasters. The east bay has a large paneled garage door and the west bay accommodates the repair bay. A large multi-pane window is on the rear (north) elevation. The building was remodeled in the early 1980s including the addition of a Buckaroo Revival awning.

Cultural Data based on
research by Donovan & Associates

Washington's Birthday Message from February 1924, East Washingtonian

Washington's Birthday Message from February 1924, East Washingtonian


Area Traffic Cameras
Alpowa Summit
Delaney (20+ miles W on Highway 12)
SE Washington Traffic Alerts


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