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The first alignment of Route 66 through Chelsa was on unpaved roads. In
1932 the road was relaligned and paved. Oklahoma's first oil well was
drilled in Chelsea in 1889.
325 E. Layton (Route 66)
The little Chelsea Motor Inn has a derrick style sign out front.
From there, turn south on Oak St. just east of the motel, then ...
Pryor Creek Bridge
S. 4260 Rd., (E. 1st St.)
From the Chelsea Motor Inn, turn south on Oak St., just east of
the motel, then east on 1st St to the Bridge, then turn ... read
218 S. Walnut St.
Check out the neat neon sign on the long closed Chelsea Motel. Both
the motel and sign are on the National Register ... read
4th to 5th on Walnut St.,
This whole block of old buildings have all been demolished. To see
what you missed ... read
Side trip: To see the Sears house turn west at 6th St. to Oliver
and then south to the house.
Mail Order Home
1001 Oliver St.
The 1912 Hogue House is the first Sears & Roebuck home built
in Oklahoma, the first built west of the ... read
Back on 66: Back track from the house to 6th & Walnut to
see the tunnel.
6th St. & Route 66
How do you cross Route 66 at rush hour? Use the tunnel of course!
Check out the cool murals while your at it ... read
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