logoHistoric Route 66 - Pictures from Oklahoma

Welcome to the oldest Route 66 website: Where the Mother Road meets the Internet

During the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, many people went west on 66

Historic Route 66 > Gallery > Oklahoma

Route 66 Dining & Lodging Guide - 17th Edition - Spiral Bound

National Historic Route 66 Federation

22.32 USD

Cars

Jean-Claude J. Kalache, Jeremy Lasky

27.47 USD

Road Trip USA Route 66 (3rd edition)

Jamie Jensen

6.66 USD

The Grapes of Wrath

John Steinbeck, Robert DeMott

10.53 USD

Pictures from Oklahoma

Loading pictures ...

Oklahoma City, OK - 2014 : Famous for its unique architecture, the Gold Dome originally housed the Citizens State Bank.

Commerce, OK - 2014 : Allen's Fillin' Station is also known as the "Hole in the Wall" Conoco Station.

Erick, OK - 2014 : The Sand Hill Curiosity Shop can be found in the City Meat Market, Erick's oldest building.

Tulsa, OK - 2014 : Originally welcoming Route 66 travelers on another location, the Meadow Gold neon sign milk has been saved and restored.

Arcadia, OK - 2014 : The Round Barn, dating from 1898 used to be a working barn, but now is a center of community activity.

Chandler, OK - 2014 : This barn is the last remaining Meramec Caverns barn on Oklahoma's stretch of Route 66.

Afton, OK - 2014 : This D-X gas station has been restored as "The Afton Station", a traveler’s visitor center.

Miami, OK - 2014 : The restored Coleman Theatre Beautiful is a magnificent theatre that has graced the City of Miami since 1929.

Clinton, OK - 2014 : The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum offers a self-guided narrated tour along the history of Route 66.

Tulsa, OK - 2014 : The sculpture titled "East meets West” can be found at the Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza.

Catoosa, OK - 2014 : The 80-foot Blue Whale, built in the early 1970s, is one of Route 66’s most recognized icons.

Oklahoma City, OK - 2014 : This giant Braum's Milk Bottle tops a tiny triangular building.

Between Miami and Afton, OK - 2014 : The "Ribbon Road" is a 9-foot wide old alignment that once connected Miami and Afton.

Canute, OK - 2014 : The Cotton Boll Motel once was a popular Route 66 motel; now a private residence but the sign is still present.

Commerce, OK - 2014 : This former Marathon station now houses the Dairy King, famous for its Route 66 cookies.

Stroud, OK - 2014 : Dawn Welch, owner of the Rock Café, was the inspiration for the character of Sally in the Pixar movie Cars.

Sapulpa, OK - 2014 : The historic Rock Creek Bridge on the old Ozark Trail alignment of Route 66 west of Sapulpa, was constructed in 1921.

Tulsa, OK - 2014 : The Blue Dome was built in 1924 and served as a Gulf Oil gas station.

Hydro, OK - 2014 : This Provine Service Station is a historic filling station, made famous by its former owner and operator Lucille Hamons.

Arcadia, OK - 2014 : Pops is a restaurant and soda ranch, marked by a giant neon sign in the shape of a pop bottle.

Copyrighted material, all rights reserved

IL MO KS OK TX NM AZ CA

The Grapes of Wrath

John Steinbeck, Robert DeMott

10.53 USD

Lonely Planet Route 66 Road Trips (Travel Guide)

Lonely Planet, Karla Zimmerman, Amy C Balfour, Nate Cavalieri

9.83 USD

Route 66 / America's National Parks

16.38 USD

Route 66: EZ66 Guide for Travelers - 4th edition

Jerry McClanahan

21.81 USD