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This webring is devoted to historic Route 66 which ran from Chicago, Illinois, to Santa Monica, California, starting in 1926. It includes websites with driving directions, old photos of people, places, cars, and events on the old "Mother Road", books, memorabilia, and much more!





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Lines West: Railroads in Western US
Railroads in Western US. Winslow, Arizona: rail center and on Route 66. BART in San Francisco too. More on the way everyday.
The First and Original Route 66 Artwork that actually traveled the entire length of the Mother Road from Chicago to Los Angeles. These beautiful 24"x36" signed and numbered limited edition artworks are graced with autographs from such notables as BOBBY TROUP, songwriter of "Get Your Kicks on Route 66"; JIM ROGERS, son of the late Will Rogers; MICHAEL WALLIS, author of "Route 66: The Mother Road", LUCILLE HAMONS, owner of Lucille's Store in Hydro, OK., and 25 other famous people as well! A collectors peice to cherish for generations to come. Own your personal milestone lithograph print today. This website is also Home to other historic Postmarkarts from CA, AZ, NM, TX, OK, KS, MO, IL, and other state regions and historic Two Lane Highways in America! ~ Ken Turmel ~ Artist, Historian, Adventurer, Motorcycle Tour Guide
Route 66 April 2009 Chicago IL to Williams AZ
Hundreds of great photos and stories about Route 66 and the places and the people who make it the legend it is.
Historic Route 66 Elongated Pennies
Site illustrates a collection of elongated / smashed pennies about historic U. S. Highway 66.
US 66: In the Beginning
The early years of Route 66 in map form, the 1925 route proposal, the 1926 accepted plan, and an article on why its 66, not 60.

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