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Route 66 runs on the north side of Davenport, but go into town to see
these interesting places. The town is named in honor of the first postmaster,
8th & Broadway
The late 1920s Magnolia Oil gas station appeared to be abandoned
in 2016. The garage appears to be a later ... read
Side Trip: Instead of curving west at the old Texaco station
go straight onto Broadway Street and through downtown on the brick road.
Frisco to 6th on Broadway
Several blocks of Broadway in downtown Davenport are still paved
with bricks from the Davenport Brick & ... read
202 Broadway Ave.
These murals and the historic marker down the street illustrate
and honor the service of Dr. Nickell to the ... read
2nd & Broadway
This is what's left of the old Jessamine Hotel that was built in
1906/7. A large section on the back has been ... read
Back on 66: At 1st Ave. turn around and bactrack to the old
Texaco at the curve and head west from there on 66.
Route 66 & M3490 Rd.
Cemeteries are both places of sorrow and pride and nearly every
town has at least one such place of honor for ... read
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