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Route 66 was officially removed from the US Highway System in 1985

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Pictures from Texas

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Shamrock, TX - 2014 : The U-Drop Inn, also known as Conoco Tower Station, is a fine example of Art Deco architecture.

Adrian, TX - 2014 : The Bent Door Cafe got its name because of the "bent" front door, required by the buildings angled walls.

Amarillo, TX - 2004 : At the Cadillac Ranch, writing graffiti on or otherwise spray-painting the Cadillacs is encouraged.

Alanreed, TX - 2014 : Kiser's 66 Super Service Station is located in what was once downtown Alanreed.

Regularly along 66, you can see long abandoned rusty cars that provide an excellent photo opportunity!

McLean, TX - 2014 : This beautifully restored 1929 gas station was the first Phillips 66 Service station that was built in Texas.

Adrian, TX - 2014 : The Midpoint Cafe gets its name from the fact that it is halfway between Chicago and Los Angeles on Route 66.

Amarillo, TX - 2014 : The Big Texan restaurant is the home of the "Free 72 Oz steak dinner".

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