This is a famous landmark south of Seattle, a cowboy-themed gas station built in the 1950s as part of a half-completed "Frontier Village" shopping center. The station remained in operation until 1988.
The brim of the hat is 40 feet wide, scuffed up by adventurous skateboarders. The boots are the mens' and ladies' lavatories -- the taller boot on the right is the men's room.
Category: Roadside Attractions