Projects / Williams Gulf Station

Williams Gulf Station was a popular gathering spot for many Rock Hill citizens. Federal, state, and local politicians regularly stopped here to meet with the locals and discuss political issues while shaking hands and drumming up support. After the station ceased operations, it was used as a muffler shop, followed by several other uses before ultimately sitting vacant and crumbling for many years.

How We Helped

When the City of Rock Hill threatened demolition, Historic Rock Hill stepped in and found a way to save this local landmark by purchasing the property, replacing the tile roof, and making necessary repairs to get it ready to market. After many months, the property was sold to a local couple for use as a restaurant.  While the restaurant has since closed its doors, the Williams Gulf Station remains available, awaiting the next generation of citizens to come together and make things happen for Rock Hill!

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