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St. Robert & Waynesville, MO
St. Robert is home to a few interesting Route 66 landmarks.
M. Reed Roadside Park
Between East & West Route 66, just past Hwy. This park is the
future home of the Neon Park. There is a M-60 tank from the Desert
Storm era at the park ... read
Waynesville: The 1926 Route 66 follows Hwy. 17, which is the main
road through Waynesville.
the Frog Rock
701 Old Highway 66
Croaker is located on the hill just north of town on Route 66, between
Ousley Rd and Cusick Drive... read
105 Linn St.
The early 1853s stagecoach stop was used as a hospital and the Union
troops during the Civil War. After the Civil Way ... read
Rubidoux Creek Bridge
Historic Route 66 (Hwy. 17)
This bridge was built in 1923, three years before the road became
Route 66. The road was not paved until 1930 ... read
202 Route 66
Robert A. Bell expanded his home in 1925 into a hotel to take care
of the tourists. He added a cafe, and ... read
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