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Cuba & Fanning, MO
At one point in time Route 66 ran west on Washington and east on Main
St. in Cuba. Today the it runs both ways on Washington.
Cuba calls itself the Mural City, this page shows why. There are
so many murals, plan on taking the time to see them ... read
913 East Washington Street
Missouri Hick Bar-B-Q is located on the site of Chester's Cafe and
Cooke Service Station that opened in 1944 as ... read
Red Horse Cabins
Across from the Wagon Wheel Motel
This was the Red Horse Cabins that opened in 1938. A station/garage/truck
stop building was ... read
E. Washington Blvd. at S. Franklin St.
Paul T. Carr built this cottage style filling station in 1932 as
a Phillips 66 station and was later expanded to include a ... read
Historic US 66 & Franklin St.
Check out the 3-D steel replica of an 1873 locomotive. It was sculpted
by Glen & Curtis Tutterrow and is ... read
Side Trip: A short drive north on MO 19 will lead you to the
19 Drive-In just north of I-44.
Drive In Theater
5853 Missouri 19
The 19 Drive In Theater still has a few traditional speakers besides
the radio sound. As of 2008 it only had the traditional speakers
... read more
Back on 66: Just turn around and return to 66.
66 Cafe (Closed)
510 W. Washington St.
Neat sign! This was Ross & Ruby's Diner for 35 years before
becoming the Route 66 Cafe in the 1980s ... read
103 S Smith St.
Hayes Shoe Store has been on this corner since at least 1950. There
are a couple of really giant shoes on display here.... read
822 Beamer Ln.
Go north on Beamer Lane to see this collections of hundreds of signs,
gas pumps and more. It certainly is worth a stop and ... read
Fanning is just a few miles west of Cuba on old Route 66 and just
east of I-44 exit 203.
5957 Highway ZZ
What may be the worlds biggest rocking chair stands outside the
Fanning 66 Outpost. Biggest or not, it's one huge ... read
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