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Calumet & Geary, OK

Calumet and Geary were on the 1926 alignment of Route 66 but by 1933 they were bypassed by a more direct route from El Reno to Bridgeport. That realignment was called the El Reno Cutoff.
xMoberly's Grocery and Market
Route 270, Calumet, OK
This landmark was also known as Moberly's Conoco Grocery and Market and was built in 1925 ... read more

Geary: The 1926 - 1932 alignment of Route 66 turned south at the intersection of Hwy. 270 and Hwy. 281 on the south edge of town. Turn north there, on Broadway, to see the landmarks in Geary.

x1929 Phillips 66
310 S. Broadway
You have to look carefully to find M. V. Crook's 1929 Phillips 66 station here but it's there, or at least what's left of it is ... read more
xCanadian Rivers Historical Museum
Broadway at Main St.
The old Rock Island Caboose and Log Jail are across the street from the main museum building ... read more
xPublic Watering Trough
E. Main St. at N. Canadian Ave.
In the old days you could head your horse on over to this public watering trough for a sip of water after a hard day on the trail ... read more
xFirst National Bank Building
101 W Main St.
This building was originally the First National Bank Building built in 1929. It is located at the intersection of ... read more
xC. M. Brake Building
112 W. Main, Geary, OK
C. M. Brake built this building to house his furniture store in 1910 and operated it until the late 1950s ... read more
x Mural: Creek & Bridge
123 Main St.
Murals like this are often a complete, unexpected and very pleasant surprise to the observer ... read more
x1915 Weber Store Building (Gone)
128 W. Main St., Geary, OK
In 1942 the Geary Motor Company occupied this building. The building was torn down sometime after 2019 ... read more
x1903 Geary Opera House
204 W. Main St.
The old Geary Opera House is now the First Baptist Church, they swapped spaces in 1921 ... read more
xCity Hall Mural
Broadway at Main St.
Pull into the City Hall parking lot on the corner of Main and Broadway to see a large mural ... read more
xCherokee Trading Post
301 S Walbaum Rd.
On old 66 at US 281 and I-40 exit 108. This is more than just a trading post. There's a cafe, truck stop and, RV park ... 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.