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Miami bills itself as NE Oklahoma's Corner for Entertainment, Culture
and Fun. To make things even better Route 66 runs right down Main Street!
Ku Ku Burger
915 N Main St.
Take a trip back to the 60s and grab a burger at the last remaining
example of Ku Ku Burger drive-ins. There's a great ... read
200 N Main
The bronze sculpture "Library Boy 1" was created by Mischell
Riley. It has been stolen twice, once in 2000 and ... read
103 North Main St.
Will Rogers, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby are just some of the entertainers
who performed here over the years ... read
on Osborn Drug
11 W. Central
This is a 2012 reproduction of artist Nick Calcagno and local artists
1991 "Visual Reflections" mural ... read
Side Trip: One block west of Main Street there are a couple
of cool old buildings, the gas station was probably really relevant
to 66 and the phone company building has some neat arcitectural features.
100 W. Central Ave.
This garage was built in 1922 and is part of the Miami Downtown
Historic District ... read
Back on 66: OK turn around and go back one block to Main Street
and turn south.
Side trip: Turn west at Hwy 10 (the 1937 Rt 66) go about a 1.25
miles to the Riviera Courts and another .25 mile to the Serenity Inn.
10980 US 69 (Route 66)
This former Frontier Motel, now is rents rooms, apartments &
has a trailer ... read
Back to the original 66: Turn around at the Serenity Inn and
back track to Main Street and turn south.
331 S. Main St.
Transcontinental Oil built this station in 1929, it has had the
Marathon emblem since Transcontinental and ... read
Narcissa to Afton
The northern section of the Sidewalk Highway, AKA the Ribbon Road,
runs from Hwy 69 south of Narcissa to Afton ... read
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