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Tiny U.S. Postal Service post office at Ochopee in the Florida Everglades. The building on Route U.S. 41 aka Tamiami Trail is the smallest post office in the United States and was originally used as a tool shed. The tool shed was converted into a post office in 1953. It also served as a Trailways Bus Stop. The 7’ x 8’ structure is considered a roadside landmark in the Everglades. 1981

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