Newspaper clipping featuring a photo of the Kingsmount service station from 21 November 1940. The original Kingsmount burned down in January 1940, and was rebuilt by William Lock. It opened that fall under the management of Bill Vincent. The photo features the distinctive architecture of the main building as well as an Imperial Gas sign and two gasoline pumps. The text reads: "Bill Vincent, who has been in charge of garage in London for 20 years, has taken over the Kingsmount Garage between Stroud and Churchill on the No. 11 Highway. It will pay you to drive out and see him when thinking of getting your car overhauled, and save money. Also carrying a stock of groceries." On 15 June 1953 the Kingsmount gas bar, snack bar, and tourist cabins were purchased by Kenneth and Anne Gould from Donald Moyes. They changed the name to Kenney's Service Station.