Pictured above is the station (with owner Frederick Brender) which was built in 1926. Pictured below is the station the way it appears today. It is located on a portion of the original Blewett Pass Hwy 1/2 mile south of the Ingall's Creek cutoff (across the highway from the Convenience Center). A caretaker lives there today. Sometime after 1926, a campsite was built. It was called Brender Park and featured rooms for rent or a stay in one of 3 cabins. The park featured a Pelton Wheel which generated electricity for the campsite. The second structure adjacent to the station in the black and white picture is a hot dog stand. You can't read the sign above the station but it says: Brender Park, Chevron Gasoline, Rooms and Cabins.
The cabin seen below can be found along US 97 across the street from Mineral Springs Cafe. It used to be a miner's cabin. It belonged to the cafe for awhile. Now the US Forest is evaluating the site for a potential project.