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Built in the early 1930s, the Edgehill Service Station operated as a Texaco gas station in Gloucester, Virginia for over 60 years. The Fairfield Foundation purchased the property in 2010 to save it from ruin, and has been actively restoring it ever since. The station will reopen in March 2018 as an archaeology lab and museum called the Center for Archaeology, Preservation and Education (the CAPE). This photogrammetric model shows the CAPE during the final phase of construction.