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Edmond, OK

xGiant Cross
I-35 and 2nd St.
This 138 foot tall cross was dedicated in 1998. Coming from the east on 66 it is hard to miss as you cross I-35 ... read more
xChief Touch the Clouds Statute
2nd St. at Garland Godfrey Dr. 
Touch the Clouds was a Minneconjou Teton Lakota (Souix) chief in the late 1800a and very early 1900s ... read more
x1889 Territorial School
124 E 2nd St, Edmond, OK
This 1889 School house became a private residence in 1900, then a camera shop in 1950 befor being restored in ... read more

Side Trip:
Go north on block on Broadway to see this old bank and some neat small scultures.

xCitizens State Bank
102 S Broadway, Edmond, OK
This historic 1901 Bank building features red Edmond sandstone. Check out the neat small sculptures at this intersection ... read more

Back on 66:
Turn around and go south on Broadway.

xFormer Edmond Service Station
220 S. Broadway
The Edmond Service Station opened on this spot in 1924, that old building is long gone, but this 50s Phillips 66 building has taken its l ... read more
xRodkey's Flour Grain Elevator
105 W 3rd St, Edmond, OK
The Rodkey Best Flour is easily spotted looking west from 3rd and Broadway... read more
xFormer Forsberg Tydol Station
301 S Broadway
The first Forsberg Oil Company building was erected in 1936 and looked nothing like this later station ... read more
xKey's Conoco Station Building
323 S. Broadway
The Key's Conoco building features streamline modern styling with rounded corners. It was built by George Deal in ... read more
xRoyce Cafe / Adamson Station
400 S. Broadway
Royce Adamson, a former Edmond newspaper publisher, announcd plans for his new cafe and gas station in March of 1934. ... read more

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xStay tuned, there's more to come!  

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.