From the October 2015 Our State Magazine by Susan Stafford.
A 6,400 square foot museum in downtown Pilot Mountain, North Carolina features one man's passion for everything petroleum.
Pilot Mountain is just south of Mt. Airy, N.C., which served as the basis for Andy Griffith's Mayberry. They would often go over to Mount Pilot on the show. Pilot Mountain is named for a very interesting mountain as well.
Some really great photos accompany the article as well.
This is the collection of Thornton Beroth, whose father was the Amoco distributor in nearby Winston-Salem. and also had the Amoco-branded Four brothers Food Stores.
The Pilot collection is one of te largest if not THE largest petroleum collections in the country.
Maybe If You Go You Might See Good Ol' Barn and Andy Come Over From Mayberry. --RoadDog
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