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St. Robert & Waynesville, MO

St. Robert is home to a few interesting Route 66 landmarks.
xGeorge 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 more


Waynesville:
The 1926 Route 66 follows Hwy. 17, which is the main road through Waynesville.

Croaker 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 more
Old Stagecoach Stop
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 more
County Courthouse & Museum
301 Route 66
The1903 county courthouse served that purpose until 1993 and is now the Pulaski County Museum ... read more
Rigsby House & Standard Station
103 N. Benton St.
Claude and Eva Rigsby bought this house in 1924. For 33 years, Claude operated the station ... read more
x1923 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 more
Bell Hotel Complex
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 more

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x About Us We started traveling Historic U.S. Route 66 as a destination in 2009. It's like a 2,400 mile long drive back in time from Chicago to Santa Monica! more
xDid You Know: Many parts of the old 4 lane Route 66 were reverted to a 2 lane road after 66 was realigned to the interstate. In many places the abandoned lanes are still there.