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Bristow, OK

The 1926 alignment of Route 66 runs through Bristow from the north to south. The 1928 realignment (now Hwy. 66) turns west at W. 4th Ave. A couple miles of the 1926 route is still driveable.
x1926 Tank Farm Loop Alignment
Route 66 East of Bristow.
This 1926 alignment was that was bypassed in 1938, it's a short easy drive with a few old oil storage tanks still in place ... read more
x1926- 1965 Bellvue Alignment
OK 66 at Old Hwy. 66, Bristow, OK
This is part of the 1926-1965 alignment to Bellvue, now just a few houses mark where Bellvue was ... read more
x1935 Sand Creek Bridge
Old Route 66 & W 211th St.
Sand Creek Bridge was part of the 1926-1965 alignment. This Warren pony truss bridge was built in 1935.
xBristow Motors Building
500 N. Main St.
About the time Route 66 was started cars were becoming more common and a place to sell them was needed ... read more
x Former Creek Masonic Lodge #226
417 N Main St., Bristow, OK
This 1918 building was a significant addition to the city of Bristow. read more
xBristow Firestone Service Station
331 N. Main St.
The station was constructed by the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company in 1929-1930. It was restored in 2011 ... read more
xBeard Motor Company Building & Sign
210 East 9th St.
You can see this sign from a couple of blocks away on Main Street (Route 66) at 9th Ave. It's been standing ... read more
xRising Sun Mural
114 E 7th Ave.
This mural is on the side of the Cornerstone Church. It's a half block of 66, but very easy to spot ... read more
xFrisco Depot
1 Railroad Place
The 1923 Bristow Train Depot has been restored and houses a variety of displays sponsored by the ... read more
xBristow Tire
115 W. 4th St.
This little tin tile roofed glazed brick building has been a welcome sight for drivers since 1923. The gas pumps are ... read more
xFormer Bristow Texaco
201 W 4th St., Bristow, OK
This Bristow Texaco Service Station was built about 1923 on a dirt road known as Highway 7 which became Route 66 in ... 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.