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There are several historic buildings in Chandler that are worth noting
when you visit. This is the county seat for Lincioln County.
9xx E. 1st St.
This sign came from 66 Bowl in Oklahoma City where it stood for
50 years. It has been refurbished and relit in ... read
740 E 1st St.
This large neon sign is easy to spot in front of the vintage Lincoln
Motel on the east side of Chandler ... read
400 E 1st St.
The Chandler Route 66 Interpretive Center features a multimedia
nostalgic trip down "The Mother Road" ... read
621 Manvel Ave.
This old gas station has been torn down and replaced by a parking
lot, the unfortunate fate of too many ... read
7th Street at Manvel Ave.
This 10 seat diner was moved from Leedy to Chandler in 2003 and
awaits restroation. It is right behind the ... read
Chandler High School
515 Steele, Chandler, OK
The historic moderne style Chandle High School bears the quotation
"The Foundation of the State is the ... read
716 Manvel Ave.
This 1927 Flynt building isn't the original Flynt building or even
on the same site. That building is a couple of doors down ... read
720 Manvel Ave,
The 1902 Flynt building was home to the American Loan office when
we snapped these photos in 2016. This building was ... read
& S Theater
816 Manvel Ave.
You'll find several historic theaters along Route 66, and this one
is little changed from its opening night in ... read
1101 Manvel Ave.
Here's a neat little vintage gas station building that is serving
other purposes lately ... read
1216 Manvel Ave.
The St. Cloud Hotel was built in three parts, the first in 1903,
the second in 1904 and the third in ... read
1422 Manvel Ave.
It been a while since gas was pumped at this 1940s Mobile gas station
that has lately been serving as a restaurant ... read
1423 S Manvel Ave.
The vintage gas pump on the island under the canopy makes think
that at one time this may have been a Sinclair ... read
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