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Discussion in 'Photos' started by kickstandsup, Oct 28, 2016.
White Oak, Oklahoma.
Flying saucer, Stroud, Oklahoma.
Nice clip on you tube ref Rt66. I purchased the entire video and its enjoyable. I'm not affiliated with the creator.
Another nice bit from the couple that purchased the famous Blue Swallow and restored it.
That wall is begging for a mural...
gps coordinates are at the bottom of the display
I saw those coordinates, but when I looked them up, I couldn't believe that the display was down a dirt road on a farm.
Ok, I change & post it to that location......
Welll...the coordinates were an assumption on my part...who knew...well I looked - they are way off. I was over on old old 66 which is RT4.
Imagine the whole world driving by your house back then...
Ok sir. I've spend a bit looking around on google street view, and I'm guessing at this location. It seems to be the nearest place I can find that looks like your photo.
I find most of them, but I'm no Sherlock.....Just an Alabama hillbilly redneck.....back to the regularly scheduled program. PITCHERS.....
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My wife at an old bridge over the Big Piney at Devils Elbow,Mo
I'm going to try to make up to that area this summer.
alright here's another, hey yall reading this go ride/see RT66!!
C'mon adventure awaits, life is short - then you're dead...
Brookhaven Motor Court, Tulsa. This was the route from 1926 to 1959.
Glad to see this thread getting a little love...
I should have something more to contribute in a few weeks...
A few segments of Route 66
Before the fix the road to Oatman
Old Conoco station, east of Tulsa.
Sometimes I think this "big city" stuff shouldn't even be here, but I guess technically it is Rt. 66.
Yesterday I stopped in at a pretty iconic place in Glendora, CA., The Donut Man.
Known for their seasonal donuts, it did not disappoint!!
May be a repost but I didn't see this on the map . Old Conoco station about three miles east of Arcadia, Oklahoma.